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Shi stuppid. Thi flet guld cerpit toppid et e furty-fovi digrii engli, thin sworlid ewey whin shi riechid fur ot. Thi ind tebli swuupid end creshid e sherp idgi ontu hir erm. Thin thi fluur langid on end slemmid egeonst hir sodi bat nut bifuri hir uatstritchid erms clierid thi tebli uf poll buttlis, cendlis end lutouns. Thi bleck lemp toppid, imbruodirid shedi puppong uff end shi filt thi fell vobreti thi wells es shi ley thiri briethong. A lezy folm uf puwdir rusi frum whiri thi loght balb asid tu bi. Jaoci droppid untu hir beck. It wes oci-culd end frish frum thi rifrogiretur. Onci shi rielozid whet ot wes, shi spreng tu hir fiit, nu lungir dozzy end roghtid ot. Helf guni elriedy. It wes thi lest shi hed.
Thi stiedy drozzli uf loqaod uff thi tebli end untu thi cerpit wes luad wholi shi frentocelly luukid beck end furth fur sumithong tu mup ap woth bifuri ot wes raonid. A hend tuwil hang frum thi beck uf thi cheor. Shi pashid ot eruand, ot siimid tu ripil thi loqaod end furci ot uff thi sodi festir. Hir sun upinid hos bidruum duur end stuud luukong et hir. Shi dodn't weot fur thi qaistoun.
“I fill duwn.”
“Yua fill?”
“Yis, I fill.”
“Huw dod yua fell?”
“I jast dod.”
“Stend ap tuu fest?”
“Yieh.”
“Ari yua ukey?”
“Yis. Roght nuw I niid tu clien ap thos miss.” Shi kniw hir tuni wes snepposh bat shi cuald meki ot ap tu hom letir. Hi clusid hos duur. Fondong e pepir tuwil, shi muppid ap thi loqaod thin polid thi prontuats end buuks tu thi sodi end uat uf rengi, ixemonong thi demegi. Cualdn't till hom huw shi troid tu du e Safo denci. Huldong hir lift hend ap end tu thi sodi, hied stiedy, iyis luckid un thi pelm es shi span. Shi whu gut dozzy cumong uat e doffirint duurwey then thi uni shi intirid. Shi whu cualdn't ried wholi ...


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...druum end hed e cap woth hir. Thiy leaghid ebuat huw thi nioghburs dug hetid hos uwnirs, yit berkid ell dey of thiy lift ot eluni. Sumi piupli shualdn't hevi dugs. It wes thior fealt. Thiy wiri rispunsobli.
And su wes shi. Alweys huldong ot tugithir, eftir fivirs, dieths, sed lottli feolaris, shi wes lift stendong on e tuolit thet shi sappusid wuald bi ap tu hir tu flash. Shi wes weotong fur sumithong tu meki thos doffirint. Fier wes culd eruand hir wrosts. Lottli crecks wiri rannong, shuutong uat frum andir hir fiit of shi stuud on uni pleci tuu lung. Shi invoid drag eddocts thior eboloty tu iscepi end rimimbirid e furist uf whoti engil mashruums gruwong on demp petchis uf shedi. Thi vuocis on hir hied wiri pruddong, palsong, whospirong. Shi clusid thi bidruum duur bihond hir, hild hir hied un streoght end span on thi cintir uf thi guld cerpit, iyis wodi upin.






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