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Nadia's Song Nadia's Song by Soheir Khashoggi
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“Was it always to be like this? she wondered. A moment of joy followed by a new sorrow?”
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“Death wasn't a movie where the pretty star faded away with a touch of pale makeup and every hair in place.”
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“The wind crooned softly as it dusted the snow against the windows, wrapping them in a thick and fluffy cotton blanket.”
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“..it just seemed as if she were marking time while life rocketed past.”
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“I'm like my mother, she thought, I search my joy for signs of sorrow ahead.”
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“Coincidence is the exception, not the rule.”
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“You know what America is-they're all like spoiled children. Anything goes, isn't that what they say?”
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“The end came as dusk fell on a gloomy winter day of cold rain.”
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“Well, memory can play tricks. Most people, I think, tend to remember the good rather than the bad when someone close to them dies.”
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“She realized that the photograph had caused his reaction. It came to her almost as a revelation. Think of it: a photographer presses a button. A few hours later and half a world away, some dots of ink on a news print showed what he had seen-and had the power to touch peoples emotions, perhaps to change their way of thinking.”
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“But you have to let go of it sometime, Gaby. You can't change the past, any of it, and hanging on just eats your life away.”
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“But things change, people change, Gaby. Otherwise what would be the point of living?”
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“The arrogance of these people!”
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“She's not a baby anymore, my love, said Tarik softly. That's what we have to accept, you and I.”
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“I can't wring blood from a stone.”
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