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Opening an encyclopedia, Eduard fingered the pages gingerly as he searched through the book. What he was searching for, he didn’t know.
Sweat trickled down his face as his eyes searched frantically through the pages. “Let’s see…ladybugs…no, that’s not it…lantern…that’s not what I’m looking for either. I must’ve picked up the wrong book or something.”
Plaques hung on his wall, congratulating him for earning degrees in many different fields. Biostatistics, Genetic Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and dozens of computer degrees…the list went on and on. Papers hung on his wall, certifying that he had completed all these courses and was an expert in these fields.
“I just can’t figure out…what this feeling is,” he mumbled to himself, turning through several more
Soft ToysThere was a boy. His black hair contrasted sharply with the yellow, long-eared stuffed toy he carried around.
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His mother sometimes took him to play with a girl who lived down the road. She had red hair, and always hugged a purple, star-shaped soft toy.
They played every week, making up games about their soft toys. She would imagine she was a performer, swimming expertly, her purple star joining in her routine and bowing with her at the applause. He would imagine that he was a gallant fighter, his giant yellow mouse shooting lightning bolts and winning every fight.
As they got older, more adventure would enter the play. She was a princess in need, and the boy with his trusty yellow companion would come to the rescue. They would fall in love and live happily ever after. Or she was a lifesaver, riding on her star to rescue the swimmer in trouble.
In their imaginations, they created yet more fanciful creatures, ones with giant wings that breathed fire, giant butterflies, green dinosaurs wi