End of the World, a short story. Part, the fourth, in Rabbitry, a pentalogy.
Grief from a death is visited upon the surviving members of a polyamorous family. The departing partner’s wish: scatter her ashes upon the waters at a cape they had frequented.
Honoring the promise given required traveling by a road less frequented. Will the imbalance of the broken relationship be overcome, sealing their resolve?
Or, do tragic consequences await the survivors before the End of the World?
Let those who pass close know of what we share,
and of the possibilities of life. —Kara