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Nutley, New Jersey The first glimmer of morning, like the onset of first dreams, was just discernible in the cloudy sky. And just as dreams give way before the impression of a new day, so the brilliance of the stars yielded to the light of the sun. In her bed Dorothy stirred under the blankets. Her whole body moved, doubling over, then straightening and quieting. Her breathing was heavy; muttered words escaped her lips in half whispers. Thought and energy, images and reactions, swirled in a strange mental dance.

She thought of Easter, Christ, death. Without further consideration, she turned to Vicky and said, "My father will be dead tomorrow night, and I won't be able to go bowling. " "There's nothing on the door, Dot," Vicky insisted. "He has a bad cough and they're checking it out," she said to her friend. "No one said he's going to die. I just see it. I saw it at the bakery in the glass. Mrs. " She stopped short, realizing the import of her words. The screen door opened and Appolonia, Dorothy's mother, stood behind her.

People will think you're crazy. " Dorothy sat on the edge of the bed. "This is what I saw. " She wrapped herself in a blanket, took a deep breath, and recounted her dream. As she recalled the ghastly, haunting image of the little boy, she cried. "I know I can help him, save him. I should go to the park," she implored. " Bob asked. "No, I'm not even sure it is a park. " The thought suddenly occurred to Dorothy that it was possible her dream was not local, that the boy was a total stranger. She knew, however, that he was real.

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