(The highlighted text was generated using language modelling software XLNet. I gave the machine the following few sentences as its source.)


Title: I have seen the ghost of a friend

...Since then it has been a process of us not only becoming acclimatized to one another but actually becoming dear friends. I feel somewhat how I imagine expectant mothers to feel, as they offer comforting coos to their hidden bubs. As I care for this ghost - as I grow more accustomed to her whims and desires - she becomes increasingly present. I see her self-interest and jealousy and her lust for a man. I see her "other side" and she becomes a constant presence.<eop> Who is this ghost? What is she going to do? What is she going to be like? What is she going to be like? What are we going to do to help her survive? What are we going to do to protect her? What are we going to do to make her live? What are we going to do to make her love us?<eop> I have seen the ghost of a friend in the past, a friend who has lost her heart to someone who has been hurt by her love. I have seen the ghost of a friend who has lost her heart to someone who has been hurt by her love. I have seen the ghost of a friend who has been hurt by her love. I have seen the ghost of a friend who



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