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Topic: See (07/22/10)
TITLE: The Girl Who Loved Horses
By Troy Manning
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The girl who loved horses couldn’t see very well either. Melvyn heard she started seeing an eye-doctor after he performed laser surgery on her. He called her and asked what was happening. She said not much. Melvyn said he heard she saw an eye-doctor. She said she did and asked did he want to talk to him. The eye-doctor got on the phone and said he was fine when Melvyn asked him how he was. After shooting some breeze, Melvyn got to the point and said the happiest time in his life was when he was with the girl who loved horses. The eye-doctor said he understood how he felt because she made him super happy too. Melvyn asked if he could see her just one more time. The eye-doctor said sure he could. Melvyn said he would have to fix his eyes first since he was blind. The eye-doctor said okay and asked could he come over. He said he could and he did.
The eye-doctor asked how he got there if he couldn’t see. Melvyn told him he used to walk by the girl who loved horses’ house everyday, even after she told him to get lost. He tried everything he could to do what she said, but he always found his way back. He finally stared at the sun so long that his eyes went out but, even so, here he was. The eye-doctor wiped away a tear and gave the girl who loved horses a dirty look. It was a good thing that Melvyn didn’t see it because he never would have stood for it.
After the eye-doctor repaired his burnt retinas, Melvyn saw that the girl who loved horses didn’t look as good as she used to so he went home and took a bath. Donovan told him he should never go with girls who love horses so much, because they eventually don’t look very good after never taking a bath or shower.
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