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My feet are stained a surprisingly vivid shade of yellow. I do not know where my shoes are, and I do not care. Nothing is happening, and I am altogether separate from the world, isolated. People...

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Autumn in Westfield

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The Mysteries of Space

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The Moment Everything Clicked

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I liked being a mess. The desk that should have been clear so I could do my homework was always besieged with bowls of cereal and spoiled milk, old magazines, and Post-it notes I had forgotten to...

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I was paralyzed by fear in the doorway of my bedroom. My small, bare feet were planted safely on the carpet of the dim hallway. In front of me was the open door to my pitch-black bedroom. I took...

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