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I can feel them watching me, examining me. I try not to look directly at them for fear that they might see right through me.
For so long I’ve walked amongst them and have tried to somewhat assimilate into their culture. But even then, I’m certain they feel something off about me, something that just doesn’t fit. And they’d be right to assume that, because I am different from so many of them. [excerpt]
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Harrington, Stephany W., "Judgy Eyes" (2014). SURGE. 184.