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The woman thought that once the morning came her house would feel the same as it had the night before She assumed that even the furniture and the windows would look as clean as it had in the darkness of night She figured that music would sound just as sweet that the fruit she ate last night would still be fresh and that the cat-mouse chase that had been taking place would still seem as entertaining She had no idea that at five oclock in the morning she would hear the milkman coming up the stairs that loudly creaked under his weight She did not realize that the light of sunrise would appear so cold and would illuminate so blatantly the crumbs of cheese and crackers that had fallen the night before She had no way of knowing that the three bottles of alcohol that pleased her so much last night would look so somber in the morning The cockroaches and beetles that slept soundly within the walls of her house last night were now out among the cups on the shelves in the kitchen While she takes in this sad scene the man she was with last night is at the piano He plays a few notes and says that it needs to be retuned Then flippantly he looks in the mirror smoothes out his beard and goes outside to smoke a cigarette The woman just stays inside feeling like her domestic surrounds are mocking her like small demons She goes about her morning routine making the bed wiping off the table and putting coffee on the stove She lets the coffee boil for too long and spill out onto the stove because she is not paying attention and it does not really matter By the evening however everything is back to the way it was She is in love with the man again but not as much as she was the
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