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[Sis’s glasses] by Frederick Charles Melancon

Sis’s glasses, once broken and then redesigned, dangled from a desk strewn with equations. It’s all she left. When the loneliness sunk into her sister’s chest, the girl reworked those equations, bent the frames to fit her face, and let the world blur around her.

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Author

  • Frederick Charles Melancon currently lives in Mississippi with his wife and daughter. He writes poetry, flash fiction, and nonfiction, and more of his works can be found through Twitter @fcmwrite.

    Frederick Charles Melancon fcmwrite@gmail.com

Frederick Charles Melancon

Frederick Charles Melancon currently lives in Mississippi with his wife and daughter. He writes poetry, flash fiction, and nonfiction, and more of his works can be found through Twitter @fcmwrite.