By MELINDA METZ
Occasionally, while I contact issues, phrases fill my head. phrases that think like thoughts--thoughts which are within me...but now not mine.I used to imagine i used to be loopy. Used to.I'm beginning to ponder whether there is a reason behind the entire voices that tangle jointly in my brain. And if i am correct, then it isn't my sanity i am apprehensive about--it's my existence.
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Rae’s voice started to tremble. “I was just . . I wanted to get off a layer of dead skin. I really didn’t mean to hurt myself. Really. You’ve got to believe me. ” Yana supplied. “Loofah,” Rae said. She gave several quick blinks because her eyes were suddenly feeling wet. “It was an accident. You’re not going to tell Dr. Warriner, are you? I can’t go back to the hospital, Yana. ” Yana interrupted. “I finished my hours of community service. Which, by the way, I was assigned to do by the court.
I actually didn’t get food yet,” Rae answered. “I’ll do it. ” Lea turned toward the food counter. “Wait,” Rae said. ” Rae pointed to him and noticed he was starting to blush again. It was actually kind of sweet. “He doesn’t have 56 food, either. And he’s new. ” Lea asked. She grabbed Jeff by the arm and whisked him away. Rae sat down next to Marcus. Then wished she hadn’t. Until she figured out what his deal was, she didn’t want to look too eager or like she was assuming too much. How humiliating would that be?
26 Now me, she thought. That was harder. She wasn’t into self-portraits. You’re not doing this for Ms. O’Banyon, she reminded herself. Just get something down on paper, be the good little group therapy girl so you’ll be able to stop coming sometime this century. Rae started to draw. Curly, reddish brown hair— lots and lots of it. Nose with a bump, like her dad’s. Stubby eyelashes. Blue eyes. Anthony reached over and took the brown crayon out of her fingers without asking. Rae ignored him, switched to another crayon, and kept drawing, so caught up, she hardly registered the alien thoughts.
Fingerprints #1: Gifted Touch (Fingerprints) by MELINDA METZ