Crash Landing

Crash Landing

“Crash Landing”
Ed. Cindy Bell
November 8, 2011

First Lines

They are trying to patch him back together, the boy who proves something only if he lives.  They wrestle away the metal that covers him: a ten foot span of fuselage torn from the rest of the aircraft, the break only two rows forward from the boy’s seat.


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