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Quarantine Bae

A pandemic experiment in love

Before I was old enough to discover it was a myth, I assumed goldfish were, over time, the architects of their alleged short term memory. That they'd tailored their recall to fight the tedious circumference of a fishbowl-- preserving their sense of wonder by forgetting they were swimming in circles. 

No matter how lackluster its surroundings, within seconds, all was new again for a goldfish because it had figured out how to repair its sense of spectacle. 


-- Durga Chew Bose, Too Much and Not in The Mood

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