Henry’s Heart

A Story of Caged Hearts and Free Spirits

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Most of us prefer to keep our hearts inside our chests, and with good reason. If you always know where yours is, you’re unlikely to misplace it when life gets a little hectic. Since your chest goes with you wherever your travels take you, so does your heart. This makes it easy for it to weigh in on all your major life decisions…

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Shannon Hilson

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Life is short and precious. Memento mori. | Email: bellingthecat@gmail.com | Links: https://linktr.ee/shannonhilson

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