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Apology Dice

On the floor are three oversized cedar dice resting on a colourful blanket surrounded by people. The smooth, polished edges of each die invite touch. You feel the weight, perhaps lighter than you expected. Breathe the faint cedar aroma. Feel the grooves that define letters, words. The first die reads “I am,” “We are” and “They are,” each repeated on two sides. The second die reads “fairly,” “somewhat,” “deeply,” “so,” “really” and “not.” Five sides of the third die read “sorry,” and “tired of

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