By Lizzy Ford
The brain Café: death’s ready room and the one safe haven for a girl trapped in her physique after a sad coincidence leaves her not able to do whatever yet watch the realm and imagine. A fiction, paranormal brief tale slightly below 5,000 phrases, a part of a bigger number of tales depicting an afternoon within the lifetime of the original.
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In the Café, I had the body I lost when I was 24 down to my favorite shoes and shirt. All was as it should have been, with the exception of the long silver braid over my shoulder. I willed my fingernail polish to change from blue to pink and watched the transformation. The door in the corner jingled as it opened. One of my best friends, Joey - a barrel-chested man with scrawny legs, hawkish features, and bright blue eyes – entered with a smile. He visited regularly to tell me about his wife and grandkids, his projects around the house, his job.
His eyes were small and nearly hidden behind bushy, graying eyebrows. The Café was lit by the glowing wall rather than the windows. This was the only stranger who every wandered into my café. I knew his face from the back of his books, which I read as part of a mandatory psychology course I took in college, BDA. I didn’t remember his name. “My apologies for not visiting for awhile,” he said in a warm, soothing voice befitting the kiddie counselor he was. ” I demanded, happy to see my stack of notes.
I demanded, happy to see my stack of notes. I placed them on the seat beside me and rested one hand on them, determined not to let them escape me again. “They were right outside the door. ” “Thanks. ” “I don’t counsel, Rose. I allow you to talk, if you’d like,” he reminded me. He smiled a smile so small, it had taken me a few visits to notice it. His voice was monotonous. His features rarely displayed emotions. I often wondered if he was like this in real life, or only because I knew nothing more about him than what was revealed by the picture from the back of a book.