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We have to talk now," I said. "But I have to dance," she said. " "I've never had trouble like this before," Joy said, looking back into the mirror. " I asked. " I asked. I sat on the floor, leaning against the doorframe. I wanted to hold her and rock her and tell her she didn't have to talk, but I also felt that nothing was really wrong, that we were just afraid. " she asked. "No," I answered. They were for the wrong world, and I could see why she needed the costume because she was in the dance already.
I think that's what ended it. "Lenny," I said. But he didn't move the first time I called his name. "Lenny," I said again. I laughed. " he asked. "I never saw anyone wake up like that," I answered. "I was thinking," he said. The scar at the side of his mouth tugged at his face so it looked like a cover carelessly put on, like a bed made up in too big a hurry, with folds and wrinkles still there that weren't supposed to be. " He did jump then, as if he had finally awakened, and he stood up and turned to go inside.
I didn't see how she could feel sorry for him. I had learned, though, that if you didn't try to sell them, they'd come after it like everyone else. I watched her and wondered why it was that a dancer could make walking look like the most amazing thing, which I guess it is. I didn't do that myself, hold my hand over my food, but I always liked it when I ate with her, and I would think about the chicken that probably never got a chance to get out of the cage in its whole life, or the orange growing up on a tree out in the sun with bees and butterflies and then suddenly going inside a dark box and a cold truck and bouncing along for a couple of thousand miles to get eaten Page 36 by some hungry kid who might gobble it down without even thinking.