A Faulknerian Analysis: Part 5 of 10

You are my anti-friend, a being so inconceivably in opposition to my selfish logic that surely something as simple as our first meeting must have caused innumerable changes in the laws of physics, heinous scars on the face of time, yet if our meeting, as I contend, was so improbable and drastic, then our friendship--unthinkable to God herself--changed the concept of identity, the rules of up and down, left, right and wrong: we are the point at which matter and anti-matter embrace, unadmittedly crying on the other's shoulder, forever indebted to the embraced for being definitional; for without either, could anyone really define the remaining?

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