Touch

He was wary of her touch. Her voice was a caress, her breath, a relief. But her touch was altogether a different matter. It made him flinch and squirm and recoil. Her aged, gnarly fingers, which had kneaded a dough too many, had lost their maternal touch. She ached to reach out. He, to escape.

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