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sad girlJacob Davis

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The most beautiful girl in town lives in solitary confinement, but no one seems to notice. At work, she is the most extroverted one. At home, however, she clocks like a gossipy hen in a desperate search for a mate. No one hears her cry. On weekends, she goes hitchhiking in hope of catching a ride to Romance Land. Her cousin Susie went to visit her last week. Susie found her on her couch, cooped up under a reddish fringed, yellow throw. She looked dazed like a beaten rooster after a violent cock fight. She raised her head to speak, but found her lips muted, as tears welled down her oval cheeks. “What’s wrong cousin?” Susie inquired—horror-struck. Angelica lurched to one side, shifting her butt compulsively. And with odd smile, she uttered feebly, “I’ve lost the war.”   

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