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(Inspired by Twilight by Stephenie Meyer) It’s strange that I never noticed how fast clouds move before. It was sort of frightening. I almost felt like running for cover, as though they might...

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The eyeliner makes the dark circles less pronounced. The lip gloss hides the trembling. The ponytail conceals missing patches of hair. The Abercrombie sweater covers bruises. I might look at bit...

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   "Hi, Patricia. What's up?""Hey, Eddie!""Are you doing anything tonight or maybe Saturday?" "Um, no. Why?""I was wondering if you...

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