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Curves, by my beautiful friend Patricia Parkinson, over at The Canadian Writers Collective:

The final part of a story, the part of a woman that holds the most curves, is her mind. A woman’s mind holds the key to conflict, the capacity to understand and empathize, and most importantly, the mind holds a knowledge of emotion and this insight, if we dare, gives us the ability to express these feelings, the pain, the loss, hopefully the joy without fear. The story might not stop here, as this analogy is based on a woman and we all know it’s a woman’s perogative to change her mind, the plot line might come to another curve instead of to the end.

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