In this streak scribes celebrate those individuals who deepened their lives. Candice Carty-Williams retains Dan, who taught her to write out- and write off- her troubles
I miss you a lot, which I’m sure you know, given that I often draw my style to the church where your short but full life was celebrated. I sit by your monumental medal every birthday, and every anniversary of you leaving us. I’m sorry for weeping noisily, and procreating everyone in the church embarrassing- though you never did thoughts me crying.
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