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    I was almost one hundred percent sure that he was dead. Maybe he’s just napping. I shrugged and turned back to the wall. F***ing yellow. Why did she paint it f***ing yellow? I picked away at the paint and made sure to breathe. When I finally had a blank spot in the middle of the wall roughl...
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    The concrete was cool against my face. I couldn’t remember when exactly I’d ended up on the floor, but time was useless anyway – right now, in the Parker’s garage, time stood still. My breathing was shallow and silent under the roar of the music blasting from the speakers across the room, an...
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    “So, uh, when do you want to meet again?” I sighed and looked around the room. It was plastered with posters of half naked women, all of them striking a pose as though they were pining to slip between the sheets with anyone looking their way. A broken lamp sat dejectedly in the corner without...
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    As I press my eyes together to keep the sunlight at bay, I can feel the forest all around, the firm ground pressing against the contours of my back, the pliable dirt beneath my fingers. I ­listen to the trees breathe and marvel as the very essence of nature soaks into my skin. Sometimes it's diffic...
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    What are you doing here? I sigh. I don’t know. The snow swirls in front of my face; it’s covering everything. The field, the forest, the collar of my jacket. It’s smothering me, but it’s beautiful. Maybe that’s my problem – I never learned to hate free falling, or the feeling th...
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    Waiting for my mom to come out of the bank was like waiting for your turn at the doctor’s office; you might as well bring a book. God knew what she did in there – I was convinced that she took the opportunity to organize the vast collection of family photos she kept in her purse – but really, ...
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    “Are you sure this is legal? Like… raw fish? Really? I thought we had evolved past that point.” I eyed the sushi roll in front of me, poking it hesitantly with a chopstick – I hadn’t yet mastered the art of actually using them. My sister glared at me dutifully from the other end of the ...

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