Disarticulated Life: Like Yesterday

by William R. Soldan

Like Yesterday

A young girl blinds you with a handful of sand as you play in the park, and you will one day wonder why you remember this so clearly.

Another metric, perhaps. Another metaphor.

So many spend lives searching for just the right one.

And here it is. Sand in your face, your mouth, choking you as you grope in the dark.


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