Out of the butterfly room, they wander, turning the corner until the curator stops them in front of the animals. A mother clicks her stroller’s brakes. Across from her, a man arrives last, floats near the back, and continues glancing at the butterflies. He wears a small sticker stamped with the American flag.
“Dioramas” is now available in Tupelo Quarterly 20. And at less than 1,000 words, this one’s a breeze to read.
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