What if: you were alone with a story: Breakthrough for the week of 2/17/2020

 Fronts Collide, by Matthias Boettrich

Scheherezade was a shadow against shadows. “Imagine,” she said, “that each of our small cruelties is never gone.  They drift among us.  And, on a night such as this, they glow with a cool light.  The mountains, the sand, the alleys and highways are spangled with tiny blue-green moons.  Beautiful.  Terrible.  It hurts to look at them.  It hurts to look away.”

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