He Said He’d Move the Stars for Me

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There were the heavens, and then there was hell I knew so well it burned, only for the earth between to carry the weight of both.

How odd, you might think — a preacher’s daughter talking blasphemy. Surely no life’s misstep could compare to the fires of eternal damnation. Shouldn’t I have known better?

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just another writer with too many cats

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Jillian Spiridon

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just another writer with too many cats

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