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“Just breathe,” the dark-eyed woman said, leaning close, looking her over for bullet holes and broken bones. “Just breathe. You fell through a convergence tear into the middle of a gang war. I’m pretty sure you–” “Shut up shut up … Continue reading
“Lighter? Check. Smokes? Check. Hair? Check.” “You check your bloody hair? What, it’s gonna fucking leave?” “Shut it, Mr. Adjusts Himself While He’s Standing And I’m Sitting. What, it’s gonna fucking leave?” “It’s not the same thing!” “It’s at EYE-LEVEL.” … Continue reading
“Why are you always running?” The words weren’t particularly cruel, but they stung anyway. She tossed her head, blowing a stream of air up against her eyebrows, struggling to get her hair unstuck from her face, but all she managed … Continue reading
It was easy to get caught up in the minutiae, easy to think of what she did, day to day, as the important stuff, when in fact it was the overarching pattern she’d wanted to accomplish. She didn’t do it … Continue reading