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Before We Were Dead

We pooped in our diapers, we swallowed Mexican jumping beans, we pranced in circles, we caught pneumonia, we fell off our tricycles, we fell out of trees in our parents’ gardens, we skinned our knees, we healed, we learned how … Continue reading

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The Snowman

The snow felt as if it were erupting from inside of her, piling up into an avalanche that would overtake the world, crush even the white light of the day. Why was this threatening the whole world? It was just … Continue reading

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