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The Move

by Ethel Rohan

Her partner wore breadcrumbs in his beard. She gestured and he wiped at his chin, his pink lips.

“Our neighbors seem nice,” he said.

They had moved from a gated community in the suburbs to a two-bedroom detached in the city. She liked change, to start afresh, but he felt a sense of failure about the downsize, the need to watch their money. (more…)