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Dolls' World

My mother told me that I was the daughter she had always wanted. What this meant in practice was that I was the child she could spoil with dolls and swaddle in pink, a color that usurped its way into everything from the sheets I slept in to the leotard and tights I wore to ballet class. 4,220 more words

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Faultline

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“Ma’am, your son’s been in an accident.”

“An accident?”

Let’s drive across the country, count the
crumpled carcasses cast to the
side of the road, cars of… 405 more words

Poetry

[SR03] Fiendish Chain confirmed reprint

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Fiendish Chain
Continuous trap
Select 1 face-up Effect Monster on the 17 more words

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Updates and News (July 2016 edition)

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In July:

I started taking photographs again. Not many, yet, but I’m trying to get back into it, when I have the time. The idea that I can share a beautiful moment without having to be front and center, letting the image speak for me, is very comforting. 624 more words

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A Jesuit and His Faith ~ Frederick C. Copleston, SJ (1907-1994)

This article was taken from the Fall 1996 issue of “Sursum Corda!”
Published quarterly and mailed in December, March, June and September by the Foundation for Catholic Reform. 3,424 more words

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