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True Love And Its Many Forms

Words Out West

In this episode, writers Shaun Gant, Mark Gibbons and Sheryl Noethe reflect on the many forms that true love takes, like an enduring marriage, the flicker from a candle’s flame, and even a drug-induced coma.

This episode contains some adult language and themes, which may be unsuitable for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.

Shaun Gant: Aloof (poem)
True love finds someone in waiting.

Mark Gibbons: First Date (poem)
We find someone who puts the “true” in true love.

Sheryl Noethe: Fiesta Saggitariana (poem)
True love takes on an alternative endurance test.

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