All We Have Left

Sophia’s brittle lifeless body lies on the bleak metallic scale. The digital “9” reads out the mere ounces her body weighs. Across the room, nurse Joleen gathers crucial items: the polka-dotted blanket that warmed her after birth, a yellow measuring tape that recorded her length as 10 inches, a fuzzy purple tassel from the miniatureContinue reading “All We Have Left”