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The snow-white structure appeared crystallized as it sparkled in the gleaming sun, sending light beams down to the earth that stretched below it. An old man shakily raised his hand, putting his...

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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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