After graduation, after a divorce, after an election
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Daniela Kuper is a writer living in Colorado. Her short stories have appeared in the Cream City Review, Mobius, Coe Review, and the anthology Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (The Crossing Press).
At first I thought it was learning or wisdom. Then it came to me: my husband was a ghost; he had nothing but what he could steal from people. He could take the things they cared about most. It was his great gift.
A woman prays her husband will never stop looking when she undresses. We’ve come so much further than that. Chuck doesn’t notice me at all.