Full Circle, by Roshanna Sidney Evans

Inside the dark night, bones folded in a thousand directions that made no sense, the young girl sought the security of sleep where she needed to be to travel in a million directions simultaneously and know why she’d broken. She warmed the damp of darkness with her frightened sweat before she let herself be swallowed into the ink that would sign her story across the galaxy of all time.

“Aha,” she said, every time her body merged with eternity as revelation after revelation seamlessly mended her bones with the unbroken thread of Time. “I broke to realize I was unbroken.”

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