Here comes the sun
I’ve already downed all my coffee. The ceramic mug is empty but still ghostly warm – lingering reminder what is now gone. I clutch it closely, still holding on.
My roommate, who I’ve said few words to since moving in, is back.
She wears a large scoop-neck shirt, brandishing a large, stretching tattoo of a sun on her chest, brilliantly coloured and tribal.
[I wish I could put my hand on it… feel the rabid heart knocking under the breast plate, frantically pumping hot blood into her little body.] She looks at me and smiles.
Her aura engulfs the room.
And somehow, it’s not so dark anymore.