Monday, May 30, 2022

Reader's Diary #3015 - James Clark - Waterloo Sunrise

 With a vividly described setting, it hardly feels like the narrator in James Clark's "Waterloo Sunrise" is walking home alone but rather we're walking with her. After a night out on the town, Fay regrettably faces a long, damp walk home alone.

A chance encounter makes her understandably nervous, but fortunately it turns out okay. Then a very improbably things happens that makes her question whether or not fate or karma came into play. 

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