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Tag Archives: childhood
I run up and push a swing. “Did you see that?!” I point at the still moving object, my heart thrums in my ears and a chill races up my legs, tingling at my ears. “A demon!” Sarah shouts, feigning … Continue reading
I already missed my cousin, David, when we rolled up to our new home, a two-hour drive from our old one. I missed all my cousins of course, and now lived closer to others, but David was my first best … Continue reading