Delivery by Ethan Swage
The kids titter anxiously behind you as you swing open the door. The delivery boy gasps, stutters, blushes. Inside, you gather your clothes, collect high fives, then scamper off to the bathroom. You peek out the window—pizza boy’s still there—and kiss the breath-fogged glass. Mom is still cool.
Ethan Swage is a New Jersey–based writer, artist, and photographer whose work has appeared in publications including Eclectic Flash, Blink/Ink, and Staccato Fiction. He has thrown away his watch.
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