July, 1635

Inez Wiley gave up pretending to clean, walked upstairs, and lay down on the bed. For a while, she watched little dust angels floating in the beams of sunlight coming through the window. She extended her arm across the covers and splayed her fingers over the empty space next to her. Where her Enoch should be. Damn this world and whatever brought us here.

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