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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Your touch is / clear, transparent, mine / I know one of us will be wise / but maybe, no / not maybe, no such thing, sadly / we’re stubborn, enriched / in delectable chaos / and pity 
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Your touch is / clear, transparent, mine / I know one of us will be wise / but maybe, no / not maybe, no such thing, sadly / we’re stubborn, enriched / in delectable chaos / and pity 
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How is it that we trust the abyss of postage to cradle our heaviest words in paper-thin packaging?
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How is it that we trust the abyss of postage to cradle our heaviest words in paper-thin packaging?
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Do you hate me sometimes / for worrying you.
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Do you hate me sometimes / for worrying you.
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Letters of Curses (why God, why?). Letters sent to Churches (I guess I’ll trust in Him for Her, sigh). Letters I spied from my little eye (the first letter of her name, on your Spotify).
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Letters of Curses (why God, why?). Letters sent to Churches (I guess I’ll trust in Him for Her, sigh). Letters I spied from my little eye (the first letter of her name, on your Spotify).
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While San Francisco Ballet frequently performs new renditions of old classics, the company transported audiences back to the streets of Renaissance Italy for the opening night “Romeo & Juliet” on April 21 at the War Memorial Opera House. 
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While San Francisco Ballet frequently performs new renditions of old classics, the company transported audiences back to the streets of Renaissance Italy for the opening night “Romeo & Juliet” on April 21 at the War Memorial Opera House. 
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The log scratches me again & then/ I kiss her on the cheek
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The log scratches me again & then/ I kiss her on the cheek
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From Caesar’s haunting falsettos to evocative layers of synthesizers, Never Enough is a heavenly culmination of stylistic themes that make Daniel Caesar the artist he is.
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From Caesar’s haunting falsettos to evocative layers of synthesizers, Never Enough is a heavenly culmination of stylistic themes that make Daniel Caesar the artist he is.
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No! Don’t look at the sun! That is the trick, remember?
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No! Don’t look at the sun! That is the trick, remember?
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I don’t want to be alone when I realize that all my hard work was done for nothing. Because one day, I will be nothing, and my memories will be forgotten in the chasm of space and time.
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I don’t want to be alone when I realize that all my hard work was done for nothing. Because one day, I will be nothing, and my memories will be forgotten in the chasm of space and time.
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There is no desire to prod past the surface of a loved one’s well-being, and slowly, we become strangers.
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There is no desire to prod past the surface of a loved one’s well-being, and slowly, we become strangers.
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