Woman from a library

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Flash Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
I put it miscellaneous because this is a piece of flash fiction.
A bit of drabble about a woman I happened upon in the library.

Submitted: January 19, 2009

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A woman sits in front of me, she is playing with something that dangles from her glasses. Her focus is not on anything but the book she holds in her smooth hands. From her hands I can gather that she is married, hopefully she is happy. And if yo take a glance at her face, you may think she is of Indian descent, and that she might be in her early forties, maybe late thirties, but the rest off her could be one of twenty years old. She is relaxed, and unaware of my observations, of my curious watch, and she holds a peaceful smile on her face. I can feel that she is content with this book that she holds and reads while lounging in the library. How I envy her.


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