Rhythm — A Short Story

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Melody peered over the dock. Ripples trembled along the ocean’s surface.

She stepped into the ferry, glancing around to get her bearings.

“Melody, over here!” Her sister sauntered up and pulled her to a line of reclining seats. “We arrived early to find a good spot. Isn’t this exciting?”

Melody tried to share the exuberance as she sat next to her sister. “Yeah, Steph, it’s…

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Bonita Jewel

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I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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