Wednesday, August 20, 2008
120 Seconds of Lit: Right Now
The room is dark, lit only by the glowing monitor. Between the tapping of the keys, I pause. An open window lets in the magical, fantastic, pleasing sound of rain. Splits and splats as it falls on plants with big broad leaves. The murmur of cars passing by on rain slicked roads filter and then just as quickly fade. The air... it's so clean, so fresh. On a night like this, so dark outside that nothing is visible beyond the white frame of the window, it's nice to be indoors, safe, dry, warm. I breathe in deeply and sigh.
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