Fiction, From ArabLit Quarterly

Short Fiction: Maheera Migdadi’s ‘Sad Woman’s Mirrors’

She wipes her hand over the mirror like she’s waving goodbye; her drowsy face looks back at her from the blurry glass, reminding her of all the hours she hasn’t slept. It warns of the long day ahead. She’ll be holding her breath for the next twenty-four hours. 

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