In 1990; Butler, Pennsylvania
Time amplifies division; I fear that we’re never going to be a big family again, that my newborn son will never consider his cousins to be siblings like I did.
Pardeep Toor's writing has appeared in the Best Debut Short Stories 2021: The PEN America Dau Prize, Electric Literature, Midwest Review, and is forthcoming in the Southern Humanities Review, and Great River Review.
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