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But I wanted to get to the bottom of his sadness. I'm married to a very rich man. It happened. I rounded the island to force his attention my way. It didn't work.
I was wondering. He had no intention of talking about whatever was bothering him. This required diplomacy. I could be delicate. I was a delicate freaking flower, after all. I could do this. I girded my loins, metaphorically, and went straight for the jugular.
Why you won't talk about it? I tried again. It was not a subject he liked to talk about. Leaning closer, I softened my voice. Surely you have a happy Christmas memory. I mean, doesn't everyone? He'd said my name through gritted teeth. But I couldn't give up. Not on this. Not on him. I bit my bottom lip. It's just-You're so dismissive of the entire holiday. It makes me sad when people get depressed during the holidays.
It should be joyous. A time of remembrance and nostalgia. Surely you have at least one happy Christmas memory.
But he was raised by a monster. I knew I was asking a lot. He lifted one shoulder and began chopping again. Isn't that enough? Of course. Was that why he didn't want to talk about it? Her death was still an open wound, raw and exposed, on his psyche. It nearly killed him. Along with a lot of other people. When he cradled her in his arms. When he bent over her and cried and cursed and swore vengeance.
It was hardly his fault. He'd been forged in hell, after all. His temper was bound to get the better of him eventually. And that day, that horrible, cruel day, he burned.
So much so that he was a microsecond away from going nuclear. From laying waste to an entire town. If not the entire state. But he'd stopped. Pulled it back inside. Controlled it. Is that why you don't want to talk about it? When he finally spoke, his voice was thick and hoarse.
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I screamed like a twelve-year-old girl and locked myself in the bathroom. For seven hours. I admired the rascally old man, a decorated war veteran and retired NYPD detective. He'd seen more action than most.
And with it, more atrocity. More depravity and desperation and degradation. He was a tough-as-nails, real-life superhero, and I couldn't picture any situation in which Mr.
P would scream like a twelve-year-old girl and lock himself in a bathroom. In my own defense, the first dead guy I saw had fallen to his death at a construction site in Kalamazoo. Thanks to a hundred-foot drop and an unfortunate placement of rebar, I had another image to add to my things-I-can-never-unsee collection.
Silver linings, baby. I pulled three creamers out of my apron pocket where I stashed them, mostly because keeping creamers in my jeans pocket never ended well. I placed them on the table beside him.
And French fries. And hygiene, but only when I woke up late and was faced with the heart-wrenching decision of either making a cup of the key to life itself or taking a shower. Strangely enough, coffee won. P was a regular, and I liked regulars. Whenever one walked into the cafe I felt a little less lost, a little less broken, as though family had come to visit.
As fucked up as it sounded, they were all I had. A little over a month ago, I woke up in an alley, soaked to the marrow of my bones with freezing rain pelting my face and no memory of who I was. Or where I was. Or when I was. I had nothing but the clothes on my back, a honking big diamond on my ring finger, and a blinding headache. The headache disappeared fairly quickly. Thankfully the clothes and the wedding ring did not.
But if I were married, where was my husband? Why had he not come for me? I'd been waiting since that first day. Day One, I'd called it. I'd been waiting for four weeks, three days, seventeen hours, and twelve minutes. Waiting for him to find me. For anyone to find me.
Surely I had family. I mean, everyone has family, right? Or, at the very least, friends. It would seem, however, that I had neither. But that didn't stop me from digging in my raggedly bitten nails and clinging to the knowledge that almost everyone on the planet had someone, and my someone was out there.
Searching for me. Scouring the galaxy night and day.
That was my hope, anyway. To be found. To be known. The spiderweb cracks in the shell holding me together were splintering, bleeding into one another, creeping and crackling along the fragile surface.
I didn't know how much longer it would hold. How much longer until the pressure inside me exploded. Until it shattered and catapulted the pieces of my psyche into space; to the farthest reaches of the universe. Until I vanished. It could happen. The doctors told me I had amnesia. Apparently that shit's real. Who knew? While waiting for Mr. P to scan the menu he knew by heart, I looked out the plate-glass windows of the cafe at the two worlds before me.
I'd realized very soon after waking up that I could see things others couldn't. Dead people, for one thing, but also their realm. Their dimension. And their dimension defined the word cray-cray. Most people saw only the tangible world. The world in which the wind didn't pass through them but bombarded them, its icy grip only metaphorically slicing through to their bones, because their physical bodies would only let it penetrate so far.
But there was another world all around us. An intangible one where the winds did not go around us but passed through us like searing smoke through air made visible only by a ray of light. On this particular day, the tangible forecast was partly cloudy with an 80 percent chance of precipitation. The intangible forecast, however, was angry, billowing clouds with a percent chance of thunderous lightning storms and fiery tornadoes swirling in an endless dance over the landscape.
And the colors. The colors were stunning. Oranges and reds and purples, the likes of which were not found in the tangible world, glistened around me, whirled and melded together with each reaction of the capricious weather, as though battling for dominance.
Shadows were not gray there but blue and lavender with hints of copper and gold. Water was not blue but variegated shades of orchid and violet and emerald and turquoise. The clouds parted a few blocks away, and a brilliant light shot down to welcome another soul, to embrace the fortunate spirit that had reached the expiration date of its corporeal form.
That happened fairly often, even in a town the size of Sleepy Hollow. What happened less often, thank goodness, was the opposite. When the ground cracked and parted to reveal a cavernous chasm, to deliver a less fortunate soul-a less deserving one-into darkness. But not just any darkness. An endless, blinding void a thousand times blacker than the darkest night and a million times deeper. And the doctors swear there is nothing wrong with me. They can't see what I see.
Feel what I feel. Even in my state of absolute amnesia, I knew the world before me was unreal. And I knew to keep it to myself. Self-preservation was a powerful motive. She leaned her voluptuous body into him.
I wanted to point out the fact that he was old enough to be her father. I could only hope he wasn't. I actually had no idea what she'd done for a living, but from the looks of it, she was either a stripper or a prostitute.