The Privilege Of Moonlight By Gwendolyn Foster

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There exists one jail in the town of Rosemont. It sits straight and tall with heavy doors, but no windows, sunlight never reaching the ones behind the black metal bars. There, sunlight is not considered a necessity, but instead a privilege. It is a privilege to be allowed natural lighting. It is a privilege to be able to take care of one 's appearance. Most importantly, it is a privilege to be free from captivation... to not feel like you are drowning alive, to not be drowning in your own tears. For Gwendolyn Foster, it seems almost securing that her crazy father has been sentenced to this hell on Earth. However, when Gwendolyn meets someone there who seems as destructive as a bomb, someone who tests all of her self-control, someone who she
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