Heavy

This air is heavy with
the presence of ghosts, with the echoes
of shrieking laughter and hysterical
tears, of creaking footsteps and loudly
stubbed toes. Now, beyond
the luxury of space, the emptiness
becomes a jarring reminder of
absence as, for once,
she has the house
all to herself.

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