Baby on a Highway

A Short Short Story

by Ellen Graham

This amazing story captures so much about consciousness—but the most intrinsic thing it captures is why we need babies and small children: to replenish the non-judgemental Innocence at our core.

At first glance this story was confusing to me--but it turns out in a good way. On subsequent readings it feels like a poetic immersion into a different, perhaps previous consciousness, an infant's, that might parallel a freer way of being. Thank you for this.

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