constellations. 

Elizabeth Curtis

 

She lay beneath a sky littered with stars, the night brushing its cold fingers against her cheeks gently, the caress crafted from wind and crickets chirping, nothing more than a grain of sand on a world of gods. Celestial bodies twisted and burned with the burden of endless wishes, casting a palette of dreamer hues across their endless cage: lilac, wisteria, lavender, and onyx with a hint of bronze. She longed for her future, to see her destiny splayed out on a map like an adventure ripe for the taking. And the stars above laughed, knowing that her future was darker than the deeds that imprisoned them there.

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Kolob Canyon Review is a literary magazine of and for Southern Utah University’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni. As a student-managed project, KCR provides real-world experience in publishing and editorial practices. We promote and present SUU’s best written and visual creative works, serving as an entry point for creative writers and visual artists. 

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