The Room

She enters her favourite room in his white button-down long sleeve shirt, over-sized on her, his familiar scent
surrounds her. With the curtains drawn, the sunshine pours in and flooded the room with its yellow glow.
She takes her time picking out a book by the mahogany bookshelf that towers over her. She finally settles for
a paperback fiction about love and life. She lets down her hair that drapes the middle of her back. She then
twirls until she falls onto the fluffy sofa by the window. With pillows propped beneath her head, she hugs another to
her chest and begins to be absorbed in it in the warmth of the sunlight.

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