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A story that tells of the innocence of children and the complexities of being an adult
“We all die,” she said. “What’s worse, dying young, or living in a stew of beige? I’m tired of beige.”
These memories keep me up at night, eat me up inside. The fireflies in my jar have flickered out the last of their light.
I’m not sure if I had finally dozed off, or was still awake, when I first heard it. A distinct scratching at the door. It wants to come in…