The Promise of Happiness (IV)

by Zoë Brigley Thompson

I can be happy. There is no obstacle to joy, except I can’t help
remembering the ultrasound after the baby died: how she floated
like an asteroid, empty and misshapen; how that was the first time
my husband ever saw her. ‘Don’t look,’ I said, but it was too late.

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