Fiction | September 01, 1995

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On the island I practiced winding, fashioning a slick, tight neurological cocoon around my interior ferment — the usual stuff:  guilt, anger and, especially, fear.  Not perfect, but God knows it worked, and I presented a seamlessness and continued to fly missions.

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