After The Storm
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After The Storm

Regeneration

“The walls of his house are breaking down. He doesn’t care.”

The walls of his house are breaking down. He doesn’t care. He’s a Bradyrhizobium japonicum bacterium, his name is Flick, and he’s bored, lonely, and wants to die.

Flick floats around his root nodule, a single polar flagellum whipping softly through the muck. He’s listless: no more lust, no more lists. No more…

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Denise S. Robbins

Denise S. Robbins

Writing, climate activism, breathing. www.denisesrobbins.com

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