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It's a word in my own language; they don't have an equivalent. Don't touch, I remember as my hand reaches for the console.But I'd been a stubborn, lonely child, so after Mama kissed me goodnight and left for the bridge, I'd mimic the button-presses of her passcode and watch her face as I fell asleep.Though everything's turned topsy-turvy and drowning in sand and dust, it's still recognizable as the room of my childhood: of warm embraces and blanket forts and books.
well, I don't know what it is called, but it's rated PG.
Dad: Hey, I was thinking about seeing a movie down there tonight, too.
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Before the light and heat and pressure of gravity and explosion and screaming and ash.
Before their strange food and drink and always, always their questions. )"Now that you are matured," they explain, their eyeballs glowing with what I think may be concern, "we'd like you to examine the wreckage. To understand who they are and why they came."So I stand before the crash site, my too-wide boots (made for many-toed feet) sinking into layers of sand and ash.