Wash Our Spirits Clean
Starry starry night
The desert sky is pink and subtle, muted like a faded postcard. I miss the astrophysicist, who used to tell me things about scattered light and black holes, gravitational waves and string theory. I understood little but loved the magic — a universe filled with wonder and beauty, particles colliding.
As the pink sky becomes blue black, manmade fireworks c…
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