Rick and Tessa – “Never leave me”
Rick took Tessa’s hand, walking down Eden Street towards Main Street. Seeing cars and people pass at the crossing ahead, Rick pulled a wool hat out of his jacket's pocket and put it on.
“Why are you doing that?” Tessa asked him.
“What do you mean?”
“You hide,” she replied.
Author Archives: Elli Comeau
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