The Way We Bared Our Souls

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Five teenagers sit around a bonfire in the middle of the New Mexico desert and when they participate in a ritual to trade totems as a symbol of shedding and adopting one another's sorrows, they think it is only an exercise, but in the morning they wake to find their burdens gone and replaced with someone else's.

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