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By Markay Brown

I first tasted snow when I was five. Frozen doilies, one after one, melted on my tongue, tingling as ice cream. When I was a teen on the track’s wrong side, snow sanitized the rubbish tossed out neighbors’ doors. Rusted cars, embarrassed without wheels, wore hoods of sparkling white and every sore house looked like …

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