- calcificate, calcify, calcification, calcium.

- to surround a foreign object, that can potentially harm the human body, with calcium.

- to resemble the process of calcification.

- examples of items the body might calcificate: tumors, still born babies, parasitic twins, items lost during surgery (i.e. gauze, scalpel).
When the human body considers an item within it as foreign, it either rejects it, absorbs it, or calcificates it.

Things in life were hard and what she’d learned as a child was to cocoon, calcificate jagged, polluting experiences. Compartmentalizing them in a box, in a bag, in a box, in a bag, in another box, like her mother stored holiday decorations. She hid the ugliness she came across in a storage shed in the dark recesses of her mind. Engulfed by party supplies, stuffed animals, her sister’s prom dress and winter clothes the darkness hibernated.
by Agentmg17 February 09, 2011

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