THE WEIGHT OF LOSS (a short story by Ewa Gerald Onyebuchi)

A gust of wind splashes over me. I feel your presence; the sweet smell of strawberry that often steamed from your body caresses my nostrils and wets my taste buds. But it’s only a while until you leave with the wind, I think. The smell lingers. Strongly.

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