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Waste

by on Mar 14, 2017 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

4,800 Words I was born with a tongue, but the others were not. This is how it is: We who live on the edge of the Heap are different. Harper’s arms are no more than nimble flippers that sprout exposed bone. Zora’s skin blisters from the sunlight, while Ernest cannot raise his medicine...

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