How the Light Gets In
The waxed furrows of the ancient oak dinner table shimmered with candlelight. Five unlit candles in crystal holders at the center of the table invited a perceptible descent to solemnity.
This quiet settled and became dense.
The room was filled with the absence of people who had died.
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