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Because We Are

–by Rosalind Brackenbury (Oct 04, 2012) I am because we are, the five-toed, the elegant-fingered, the ones whose brains flower like coral whose dreams span earth and move out– I am because we animals love to rub and huddle, because our tongues … Continue reading

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