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Colored light formed kaleidoscope projections on her upturned face.  It was nearing sunset and the stained glass windows glowed.  Silence filled the empty church and, she imagined, spilled out onto the streets – passers by with mouths moving but no sound, voices all cowering at the might of God.
‘This is the one pure love.’ she thought, her emaciated frame settled uncomfortably on the wooden pews.  The silence was broken by voices and thudding footsteps, her family back again to take her away.
“Darling,” her mother cooed, “you must come home now.” They know nothing of love, she condemned.

When you see the light, follow it.

Colored light formed kaleidoscope projections on her upturned face.  It was nearing sunset and the stained glass windows glowed.  Silence filled the empty church and, she imagined, spilled out onto the streets – passers by with mouths moving but no sound, voices all cowering at the might of God.

‘This is the one pure love.’ she thought, her emaciated frame settled uncomfortably on the wooden pews.  The silence was broken by voices and thudding footsteps, her family back again to take her away.

“Darling,” her mother cooed, “you must come home now.” They know nothing of love, she condemned.

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