“You have to forget,” said the boy. “You have to let go.” And then Jay jumped, his hand still intertwined with the girl’s. They were being pulled apart, on the brink of breaking where there would be no return, until Karley jumped. Neither of them fell, but rose together into the life of sky. “What is your name?” asked the boy. The girl looked into her own thoughts as the wind caressed her, “I don’t remember.” “Well,” said the boy. “I still think you’re beautiful.”
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