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My Book Beginnings is taken from FREEFALL by Jessica Barry:
"My eyes open. A canopy of trees above. A flock of birds stare down before taking flight.
I survived. He might have, too. I have to see. I pick my way through the wreckage on bare feet. Where are my shoes? It doesn't matter."