This one, I remember writing.
It’s a shadow of sorts of my first published short story, “The Angel of Fremont Street”. It draws from the same inciting incident – but instead of an examination of the years beyond, “Where We Died” is a snapshot, one few-second slice of a life right before everything changes forever.
It’s short, as my poems go. By necessity. Just one moment long.
“Where We Died” was published in Niteblade #24, June 2013.