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When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling the I had lost the baby, Mrs. [name_m]Kellen[/name_m] cried.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling the I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling the I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Comes a shout from the crowd.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Comes a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
“[name_m]Even[/name_m] though she isn’t our best optin, she is our only one. Release [name_u]Tay[/name_u].”

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best optin, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, [name_f]Air[/name_f]” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best optin, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best optin, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best optin, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.
A better person would show gratitude, but I shake my head and turn my attention to the noisy crowd.

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When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best option, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air ” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.
A better person would show gratitude, but I shake my head and turn my attention to the noisy crowd.
[name_f]My[/name_f] sister leaned close to me, cutting the ropes that bound my chest.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best option, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air ” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.
A better person would show gratitude, but I shake my head and turn my attention to the noisy crowd.
[name_f]My[/name_f] sister leaned close to me, cutting the ropes that bound my chest.
“It’s working.” I whispered to her.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best option, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air ” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.
A better person would show gratitude, but I shake my head and turn my attention to the noisy crowd.
My sister leaned close to me, cutting the ropes that bound my chest.
“It’s working.” I whispered to her. She’s silent, focusing on working the knife through the thick cord.

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When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best option, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air ” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.
A better person would show gratitude, but I shake my head and turn my attention to the noisy crowd.
My sister leaned close to me, cutting the ropes that bound my chest.
“It’s working.” I whispered to her. She’s silent, focusing on working the knife through the thick cord. If we can continue to antagonise each other, they might decide we’re unsuitable for the Restoration Project - they might let us go.

When I replied to the townspeople’s question by telling them I had lost the baby, Mrs. Kellen cried. But her tears meant nothing to me. I was done with this town and everything it stood for. I wrangled with the ropes tied around my hands, itching to be free of this humiliating spectacle.
“So what’s if her baby is gone? There will be no people left alive if a solution is not found!” Came a shout from the crowd. “You know, I’m still alive.” I said to the crowd. Someone spat, someone shouted, and I knew I was little more than a vessel to them.
“She’s right”, I heard a familiar voice call out, and froze when I recognized it.
Even though she isn’t our best option, she is our only one. Release Tay.”
“Oh, I see you appeared from whatever depths of hell you hid in while they took me, Air ” I retort as my wrists are cut free, glaring at my sister. Her eyes narrow.
“I’m just trying to help you here,” she calls out, a mix of plaintive and vexed.
A better person would show gratitude, but I shake my head and turn my attention to the noisy crowd.
My sister leaned close to me, cutting the ropes that bound my chest.
“It’s working.” I whispered to her. She’s silent, focusing on working the knife through the thick cord. If we can continue to antagonise each other, they might decide we’re unsuitable for the Restoration Project - they might let us go. Then perhaps we could find that poor baby and deliver her to a suitable home far away from here, for no one should be forced to grow up in this wretched town and experience a childhood as terrible as ours.