RacingApril 17, 2017
She sprinted through the woods, skimming over roots and rocks and slats of small bridges, racing from the world, racing from the news, racing from herself.
The night before, he had played a song of peace on his guitar, and she had been able to forget, but when dawn broke, she looked out the window at the smoke rising from tiny fires that never seemed to go out and remembered again.
So, every day, she tried to outrun every story of suffering like each life depended on it. Every day, she fell further and further behind.