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Sample Post from the Contemporary Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaJoseph Rainsford posts in As the Snow Falls

After quietly talking with Tara’s parents, Joseph walked over and then entered the room. Inside the hospital room, Joseph saw his wife lying on her bed looking very tired as he walked over and stood at her bedside. Joseph reached down and gently took his wife’s hand in his as he looked down at his wife.

“My love, how are you feeling?” he asked her softly as he looked down at his wife, Tara.

“I’m doing okay, Joseph.” Tara said softly in reply as she looked up at him. She then said softly, “I’m so sorry.”

“Yes I am too.” Joseph said softly as he leaned over and gently took his wife in his arms and they both wept heavily over the loss of their twins.

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