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Cramped in those yellow walls of her kitchen, she craves freedom from that prison. She looks out of her grilled window from day-to-day and
No more all-you-can-eat buffets, No more forcing smiles. Wealth disappeared, despair rates skyrocketed, Worries ebbed and flowed. The Thing makes us go crazy, And
Seated silence, shining sky. Sinking sun seems shy, As clouds pass by. Red rays glaring rye. Homing birds flying high. Green meadow, glittering water,

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All those years Of wearing daffodils in my hair You picked for me Yet my body always loathed sunlight Down through all those winter
A new place I go to, Meeting so many kids like me. Same kind of pillows and beds, “Something wrong with me” every innocent
Ka One parasite chases another out. Michael Serres There’s a death we can feed upon. A suicide, an act of annihilation, a drawing close
He was the ruthless king of masks who hides his reality and let the world perceive him the way he wants. I serve my
Helen Lattimer’s husband, George, died just before lunch on an overcast Tuesday in June. He’d been in the garden tending the roses which these
Majid is four and a half year old. At this age he is a devoted fan of his father’s talent. Today his fascination has
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