<p>he sat naked and drunk in a room of summer<br>night, running the blade of the knife<br>under his fingernails, smiling, thinking<br>of all the letters he had received<br>telling him that<br>the way he lived and wrote about<br>that--<br>it had kept them going when<br>all seemed<br>truly<br>hopeless.
<p>putting the blade on the table, he<br>flicked it with a finger<br>and it whirled<br>in a flashing circle<br>under the light.
<p>who the hell is going to save<br>me? he<br>thought.
<p>as the knife stopped spinning<br>the answer came:<br>you're going to have to<br>save yourself.
<p>still smiling,<br>a: he lit a<br>cigarette<br>b: he poured<br>another<br>drink<br>c: gave the blade<br>another<br>spin.
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