Even maple leaves know when to let go, when to surrender. Not Bethany Carter. She holds on tight to her memories of Jeremiah Rambo.
He will be back. With a name like that, how could she forget?
Bethany visits his grave every Sunday simply to re-read the inscription, “Just Resting.”
Recently retired, Marian Brooks has begun to write some short fiction. Her work has appeared in Word Riot, First Stop Fiction, The Linnet’s Wings, Curly Red Stories and others. Read more of her work at marianbrooksauthor.com.