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With or Without

July 25, 2012

by Erika Dreifus

Come with me sit with me stay with me play with me lie with me with all your heart with all your soul with all your might without a doubt without objection without prejudice without compunction without exception rebel without a cause man without a country gone with the wind with the greatest of ease with pleasure with assistance without really trying without meaning to without a trace without a care in the world without borders parents without partners without consent with tears without stopping with a smile with a laugh with finished basement with washer/dryer with skylights with bath with salt with fries with dressing on the side with cheese with tax with fees with honors with distinction with my compliments with your help with your approval without further ado let he who is without sin without guile go with God without parole.


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Erika Dreifus lives in New York, where she writes fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. Visit her website at erikadreifus.com to learn more about her work.

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  1. Barbara LaMorticella
    May 2, 2013 at 4:44 am

    Such a clever word association of cliches!

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