A long room, lined with chairs and televisions. Strangers sit, side-by-side, chatting like old friends. In the background, Kelly and Michael chatter with bubbly enthusiasm. A woman in bold colors steps through the doorway with a piece of paper and calls a name. One group leaves to be swiftly replaced.
September 6, 2015
50 Word Short Story: Waiting
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