32.

She kept vigil beside the phone. Willful hostage to its silent machinations, its latent potential. A bird struck her window, spilling to the concrete balcony, its cheeps decaying into thin, liquid gurgles. She let the calls pour in, each cellular rumble like a tiny train departing.

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