I laugh, you laugh. Winter’s gray water-balloon bursts.
We’re bathed in spring.
-Charles Harper Webb
It’s an annual conference with an unusual boardroom.
I smile, leaving my Oxfords against a pale stone as sunlight… 224 more words
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