It was the same routine every night—walk the halls, check the stacks, and turn out the lights. When the last door was locked, she saw her tired smile in the glass. This night, her smile was too bright and her eyes crinkled where they shouldn’t.

The reflection wasn’t hers.

Published by Lauren Klitzke

Lauren Klitzke is a poet and storyteller.

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