A Walk in the Park

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It’s funny how familiar spaces can change around us. A place that feels like home can become threatening with nothing more than a change in lighting.

It just depends on the hour.

2 p.m.

I live near a lovely park. A wide expanse of green dotted with benches and well-maintained rows…

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