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The Dance of Life Leaving the most notorious bar in a state of confusion I stumbled out on Jackson Street with a heavy heart Still wearing the same gray suit from yesterday I walked the familiar street like a somnambulist Just before yesterday my life was full of optimism and effervescence I had had an enjoyable career as a doctor who was on the verge of convincing NASA to support my desire to carry out an experiment to find a cure for cancer More importantly I had a lover whom I met during a lecture on the recently discovered cutting-edge technology to cure cancer We both fell in love with the work and eventually a spark of love blossomed between us We continued to meet after work every day and each day was a blessing from God to me We agreed to get married soon afterward and go on a honeymoon to France a country that we have always desired to visit Just when I thought everything was perfect my girlfriend called off the wedding She called it off even though all the invitations had been sent to the family and friends As I listened to her explanations of how she was not ready to start a family with me and how she had to prioritize work over her personal bliss I suspected that those were excuses to hide an affair I tried to reason with her but she was so unscrupulous that finally I just gave up In a fit of rage I gave her the pictures my detective had taken of the secret meetings between her and her paramour As if waiting for the right time to leave she accused me of violating her privacy and said she desired a break Of course I knew that it was to be a permanent break and quite frankly I had no use in talking her out of it Before she left the door
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