Sentences I Wish I had Written

From “Ask for a Convertible” stories by Danit Brown

“One of her tears landed on Osnat’s right earlobe. It was wet and warm and felt like something that belonged inside her.”

“… but Osnat knew this was just a way to make it appear that he had a genuine interest in astronomy. Truth was, people didn’t watch stars. They watched each other.”

“If you closed your eyes and inhaled, even the newest neighborhood was reduced to its essence: hot asphalt, a trace of urine, cracked earth.”

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