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and told the sea he loved her;
the jealous wind tore his
voice in two
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As the sun slowly disappeared below the horizon, it left a thick trail of pink and gold behind. The two colors mixed together in an odd manner, one that _____ had decided looked like the sun had simply vomited across the sky. When she said this, Alfred laughed, and she laughed as well.
Then she stopped, and looked at him. There was something different about his laugh; it was softer, more reserved. His eyes narrowed to small slits, his lips curled slightly upward, and his brows furrowed apologetically, as if he was reluctant to convey the emotion.
The pair sat side by side on the green grass, waiting for the dusky sky to be illuminated. _____ picked a few blades of grass off her tie-dye shirt and denim shorts, then slipped off her khaki Bobs and set them down on her left. She looked at Alfred on her right, who was leaning back on his hands with his legs stretched out in front of him. He was clad in his olive fatigues and matching boots, his last name sewn on a patch on his shirt. His ce