No one who is young is ever going to be old." -John Steinbeck, East of Eden
The modern world
by Charles Pearson
After their almost daily online chat, Muhammad was concupiscent. He laid back in bed. It was soft and comfortable. He rolled over, grabbed a pillow and squeezed it in his arms. Even now he was with him.
He turned on his back staring up at the ceiling and the pillow staying in his arms as if it was him.
Smiling, he realized, "The modern world doesn't have to know you to miss you."