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I hope you see what I see.

I met Magic in New Orleans. For some time no one was even approaching her. I am sure most people look at people like Magic with disgust.

What I see is a girl who grew up hard on the streets having to do things to survive that no person should have to do. What I see is a lonely woman who has a lot of hurt.

I hope you see what I see.

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