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by Gustav Johansson

by Gustav Johansson

“We should head back now. The sun is nearly gone.”

“She said she was meeting me here.”

“She said she’d meet you here an hour ago.” I put my hand on my friend’s shoulder and felt her curly, kinky hair caress my skin. “I don’t think she’s–“

“She’s coming,” she snapped. “You can go if you want, but I’m waiting.”

I retracted my hand and let out a small sigh. “I’m not leaving you alone.” I tightened my scarf around my neck, hid my hands in my coat pockets, and stared at the cathedral’s clock tower with her.

Ermisenda Alvarez

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