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Eduardo sat with his head bowed, looking penetratingly into his cupped hands. The sun shone down there, reflecting orange off his brown skin, black shadows forming a delicate, organic interlacing architecture of cracks and crevices all over his palms. He had been sitting this way for two hours. The sun would soon slip behind…




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