Suzy Was Different

Suzy was a strange child. Everybody thought so; even Suzy— especially Suzy. She dreamed in hyperbole; her ideals bordered on heaven; and she was often disillusioned.

"Nobody's perfect," everybody said, but somehow Suzy knew all about the potential greatness and goodness of man, even the potential greatness and goodness of Suzy—something that really challenged the imagination.

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