Her laughter escalated into muted hysteria, lasting a second too long, like an unfortunate accident, a gasp, an inhalation with throat muscles constricting, breasts heaving, shoulders shaking. A moment of mirth escaped unawares, triggered by happenstance, initially apologized for, then later subtly savored.   by Gary Glauber Gary Glauber is a poet, fiction writer, teacher,…

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