Ph oto by fu s ion - of -ho r iz on Pilgrimage to t A Quiet ast Ruined Sain Every L endon Gabrielle Hov fiction e meet throwing rocks at the Shkola 837, and right away I know we'll be friends. Zhivka has a terrible overhand but an angry set to her jaw that makes me step back and watch. A stone sails whitely through the air and connects with glass, and then she goes for another. The window shatters. We're thirteen years old, artists in the making. Failure running through our lives like a rotted thread. 41 We become inseparable almost immediately. We break into peasants' gardens and climb the black cherry trees to shake down handfuls of fruit. We walk past the Shkola 837 and smell the sharp fumes of paint wafting out and assure ourselves that we're not jealous, not even a little. We run half-feral through the streets, and we make plans to start our own studios and art schools. We may have been born into shit, but we won't stay here forever. This is Spasyavane: grim housing blocks, metal factories and highways that sling around mountains toward nowhere in particular. We grow
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 10, 2015
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