Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Running Late.

cazal

Her lips tasted of the harmonica that she had just been playing: her hair smelt of the flowers that she had picked to give to her grandmother.

He noticed her legs too; they were tanned from the summer’s sun.

And they were running.

She was late.


And grandmothers don’t like to be kept waiting.

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