Cottage doors slam behind

A firefly lit treeline illuminates the cobblestones

My bottle of whiskey transported to my belly

Warm, a strange warm


Absent flames give off no heat

I can still taste the damp porridge she tried to feed me

Lethargy settles in me

Zooming through the trunks, trying to find my way


If only she hadn’t taken off her mask

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