In a quiet, shadow-filled hospital room, Opal slowly drifts into her past. With each drop of the morphine drip, she slips into those memories that had served to make her stronger, more compassionate, and better focused during life's relentless test of endurance. Ugly Opal calls out as she crosses back into the fragile world of her youth. A journey begins that awakens her soul to complete awareness of life and what it truly means to understand and to forgive.
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