She lay in some odd, uncomfortable place, not quite sure of where she was exactly or how she came to be in this spot, with her chin turned upwards so all that was visible was some wide expanse she vaguely remembered to be called a sky.
It was truly something.
Kathleen Doyle is currently studying English at the University of Toronto. Her short story “Dr. Surgeon” was published at Flash Fiction Magazine. She also presented the poem “20 Seconds of Breathless Anxiety” at the University of Toronto’s Fifth Annual Humanities Conference and was published in the conference proceedings.