Little girl, she makes no sense. The left over espresso from the tray feels sandy between my fingers as I wash it. There is nothing like it. The shorelines took the remaining memory until everything was clear, until everything was smeared across your face. The orange lipstick ran too many laps around the lips, it was no longer red and worn out by liquid. The man came from under the waters, remembering the face he’d seen.

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