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of it. The boy walked in a straight line, while the girl hovered from one to another. “I’ll tell you what I remember,” said the girl. “I remember life as being grand. It was full of light and laughter. I met you on a path by home, not too far but not too close. When we were younger, it felt like we were on the edge of the world, taking risks every time we went. And I had a family that loved me, and I went to school.” “You went to school?” asked the boy. “Well, yeah,” said the girl. Her voice shook. “So you can read, and write?” “Jay, you can too. You were better than any of us.” “I don’t remember,” he said. The girl moved in closer to him, reached out, and grabbed hold of his hand. They intertwined and locked. “Shouldn’t be too much longer,” said the boy. “Jay, are you sure you know where we’re going?” The boy nodded. “Just follow me.”

Black Fox Literary Magazine Issue #3  

The Winter Issue of Black Fox Literary Magazine featuring new fiction, poetry, non-fiction and photography.

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