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Eleanor Mary Boudreau, MS
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Editor’s Note: The author writes: “My grandfather was a doctor, kept alive by a pacemaker. I was thinking about what men and women would look like if you could view them from the inside out, and above. I’m currently a reporter for National Public Radio in Memphis, TN.”

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© 2010 American College of Chest Physicians


Chest. 2010;138(3):752. doi:10.1378/chest.09-2407
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[the angels looking down from heaven]
God in his Infinite and Celibate Wisdom
The rows and rows of houses different colors at different layers, like cake.
Two small hay bales side by side on a bench, 2 half-sized hay bales side by side and
raised in air.
[God in his Infinite and Celibate Wisdom]
If all you wanted to know was what sex was, I could have told you,
I could have saved us both
a lot of anguish.


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