Terri Fields





Terri Fields


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Average rating: 3.58 · 1,008 ratings · 256 reviews · 33 distinct works · Similar authors
After the Death of Anna Gon...

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My Father's Son

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Holdup

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Day The Fifth Grade Disappe...

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Hearts Don't Lie (Sweet Dre...

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Special Someone (Sweet Drea...

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A Vote For Love (Sweet Drea...

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Bug Off!

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“Since September,
I sat one seat behind Anna in algebra.
Passed papers to her every day.
Studied for tons of tests together.

Though it often seemed impossible,
Eventually,
We always found the unknown for X.

But not this time.
This equation
Bounces against my brain.
And sneers at all attempted answers.

I know I'll re-examine the variables,
And reanalyze the unknowns, maybe forever.
But
It won't matter.

Because, Anna-
I know I'll never figure out Y.

Y you didn't want to live-
And Y I never noticed.”
Terri Fields, After the Death of Anna Gonzales

“So, Anna, did you know
That when you kill yourself
Those you say you love,
They die too?”
Terri Fields, After the Death of Anna Gonzales

“And the only answer I know is
That no child should give up on life.
Math deals in absolutes.
But life is the most absolute of all.”
Terri Fields, After the Death of Anna Gonzales

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