A woman snaps her heel in a sewer grate. "Damn," she thinks to herself, "those shoes were expensive." She turns and bends down to pick up the broken part, thinking, "Maybe it can be reattached." But she cannot dislodge it. She struggles and struggles, and as she does so, she happens to glance down into a pair of eyes looking up at her. She screams. She lets go of the heel. She apologizes. "Oh, I'm so sorry," she says. And she looks again.
Published by ARP Books, 2012
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