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How To Rest This is what you learned in school: that a body in motion tends to remain in motion. When you are still enough and absolutely quiet there is still the dull mutter of blood moving beneath your skin, the whine of nerves against wine-dark bone and no matter if you close your eyes you’ll never stop dreaming long enough to remember when it stopped or if it did.
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