Holding Hands

“I miss museums,” she said. He nodded. “I miss apple orchards in the fall,” she said. He smiled. “I miss holding hands” she closed her eyes. He squeezed her hand. She didn’t feel it. He felt an eternity pass before the nurse gently touched his shoulder. Even longer before the sonorous tone of the heart monitor faded from his ears.

Categories: flash fiction

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