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1. "When sad she brings the thunderAnd her tears, they bring the rainWhen ill she feeds a poisonTo us all to fell her painHer smiles they bring the sunshineAnd the laughter and the windAnd the birds they go on singingAnd the world is whole again. "Smile, sweet Sunday," Wednesday whispered in her ear. "The birds need your love so they can lift their wings."
Author: Alethea Kontis
2. "Before he had come to the town he had known about nothing but death: here he had learnt to live, to decide things for himself; he had learnt what it felt like to wash in clean water in the sunshine until he was clean himself, and what it felt like to satisfy his hunger with food that tasted good; he had learnt the sound of laughter that was free from cruelty; he had learnt the meaning of beauty"
Author: Anne Holm
3. "One of the creatures in the front circle shook itself all over and, still shaking, moved very, very slowly toward Spock. He didn't move a muscle. The creature put out a long slender pseudopod, gleaming in the sunshine like suddenly blown glass, and poked Spock's boot with it. Then it made the scratchy sound again, more laughter, and said a word: "Gotcha!" It jumped back into place. All the other creatures began to echo the scratch-laughter. Spock looked around him in mild bemusement. "Captain," he said, "I suspect we have found a kindergarten..."
Author: Diane Duane
4. "The May sunshine makes both the trolls and the elves disappear, he thought. They burst like soap bubbles. Only human beings remain, for a little while. We are a brief song beneath the sky, laughter in the wind that ends in a sigh. Then we too are gone."
Author: Johan Theorin

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El pánico que me entró al saber que era verdad que todas esas cosas afectaban al cerebro, que quemaban las neuronas, mecanismo irreversible, el verdadero viaje de una sola vía, nada que hacerle porque ya está hecho, entonces que no hubiera pánico sino resentimiento ante la flojera de unas células que no son capaces de reproducirse, las únicas, las genuinas, porque están hechas para que no se hurgue en ellas ni se las ponga a prueba, como no sea mediante la experiencia y el conocimiento."
Author: Andrés Caicedo

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