Fiction & Poetry Articles
David arrived at the Indian restaurant a few minutes early and made his way past the ceramic statues of elephants and the colorful paintings of women in saris to a table in the rear. He'd chosen this place to meet Maya because it was quiet enough to talk. It had been a year since he'd seen her—and then only at a distance, with her husband—but recently he couldn't stop thinking about her. Something remained unfinished between them, getting in the way of his closeness with Lee, the woman he now was dating. He'd emailed Maya and she answered right away, saying yes, she'd been thinking of him, too, and shouldn't they get together.