—And then it stopped.
She took the long way home. Traveled the roads of endless fields, dried from the summer drought. The rains were still months away. The first of autumn baptizing the earth, washing it of sin. Erosion.
The car sputtered, pulsed. She hoped she wouldn’t get stranded. Wouldn’t know how to even call for help. What the answer would be when they asked her, “What is your location?”
I dunno. The side of the road. There’s a field of tall, dry grass.
—And do you often refer to yourself as a woman?
—I don’t often refer to myself as anyone, actually.
—But you’ve used a female moniker in the past.
—I have gone by many names in the past. A couple were female, yes.Continue reading “Therapy Session”