by Harri B. Cradoc
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“Let’s just say I don’t like taking showers alone,” said the man on the waiting room sofa.
The tousle-haired woman in the corner chair near the potted plant had picked out a wrinkled leaf of the variegated Schefflera and was attempting to straighten its lifeline. She rubbed the plant’s golden spots between one thumb and finger, and then, with a momentary tug at her facemask, uncovered a smile that stretched her twilight red lips. They pursed like a last kiss of the sun.
“Those yellow marks don’t come off,” he said.
“No? This is what I do to make everything be right again. Rubbing is the key.”
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