Eliabeth is busy moving. I have taken over for her this week.
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As I stepped onto the sand, my shoes didn’t leave deep prints. The sand was moist and firm. The sky threatened to rain again. I hurried onto the beach, searching for what I came for. My hair whipped my face as a gust of wind slammed my body. There was no one else on the beach. I squinted as I looked to my left and right. The beach stretched out so far until it blurred with the grey horizon. Why wasn’t it here? Why couldn’t I feel it? Why wasn’t my sadness dissipating with each breath of fresh air?
Tucking my hand in my coat, I turned around. If I stayed out too long, I was sure to find half the beach in my clothes and stockings. As I dragged my feet towards the car, I realised that I would be forever searching. He wasn’t here now and he would never be here again.
– Ermisenda Alvarez
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