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Red curls cascaded whimsically around her as though she were a mermaid come to meet me on the docks.  Sometimes it felt that way actually.  She had vivid green eyes that always danced with light, as though reflecting the stars even in the middle of the day.  During the summer, we were inseparable; her family rented a house on the lake next to ours, but the rest of the year she was far away.  I liked to imagine she was under the ice, just as anxious to come back into my world as I was to have her there.  When I would go skating, I would pretend she swam under me, keeping pace with my blades.  Did she think of me the same way?

-Eliabeth Hawthorne

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