By Daryl Scroggins

He broke from her; she watched him go—his things still there. Much later she saw him in another country. He asked about his stuff. She showed him photos of everything being carried away by strangers.


Daryl Scroggins has taught creative writing and literature at The University of Texas at Dallas, The University of North Texas, and the Writer’s Garret, in Dallas. He now lives in Marfa, Texas. His most recent book is This Is Not the Way We Came In, a collection of flash fiction and a flash novel (Ravenna Press).

Art by Lesley C. Weston and Mary Lynn Reed (Photographs and Digital)

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