Places: Tiny Bedroom

“He looks at the room in which she is living, which she’s come to love for its snugness, its feel of a ship’s cabin, with the bed set into an alcove, and the shelves likewise, and the desk that is a shelf projecting only a little further out of the wall, and of course the magical candles in their sconces, and the sparkle of faceted glass in the doors of the bookcases that rise seven tiers; for grown-up magical architecture assumes Accio, assumes that you needn’t climb if you know the name of the thing you seek.”


This post is a Place Description quoted from Vera Rozalsky’s Amends, or Truth and Reconciliation.  I intend no slight to the author in using this excerpt, in fact I recommend that you visit your nearest story source and get your hands on the real thing.

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