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Blue Halos Chapter 5Bart's parents were not there, which I was profoundly glad of. It was a sunny wednesday afternoon, the day I made my way to Springfield General Hospital. On my way there, I saw many children running around in the sunshine.
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Bart should be among them, I thought. And it was because of me I wasn't.
I thought I saw him at one point; there was a boy around his height and build, with blonde hair and a blue shirt, dashing around laughing. For a moment my breath turned to glass in my throat, but then the boy turned round. It wasn't Bart. He looked nothing like him.
I sighed and walked on.
I easily found my way to the room Krusty directed me to. Apparantly, they thought it would be better for Bart to have his privacy, at least for the time being, rather than be put on the children's ward. Fortunately, nobody paid me any heed as I entered the hospital, nobody interrupted my entering his quarters, and nobody disturbed my short visit. I antiscipated a hand on my shoulder and a stern voice, but it n