The snow falls thickly now, a shushing whisper against his frozen face. Orpheus swallows and turns his cheek. Is she behind him? He can’t hear her footsteps on the frozen ground or the ragged breath from her lungs as they climb endlessly upward. Have they tricked him? Is that their laughter howling ...
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