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Narrated by M.K. Hobson.
We used our mating knives to wound them, then married them for the year and nursed them back to health. They told us that people in their homeland mated forever. They had no use for wounds, no fear of healing. When they were strong enough to walk back home, a few of our own left with them, lured by that promise of wound-free love, that strange idea of permanence.
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Read “To Stab with a Rose, to Love with a Knife” by Natalia Theodoridou, in Issue #270
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