Laura I. Miller is a writer from Dallas, Texas, and a fiction candidate in the MFA program at the University of Arizona. She writes about physics, metaphysics, astrophysics, psychophysics, and magic. Her favorite word is horsetwaddle.
Blinded by tunnel vision, insecurity, hopelessness, I too often forget that music lurks in the background, an effervescent fog awaiting my return. When the right show shuffles into view, the right song coincides with the right moment, I’m reminded of the infinitude of the human mind and the tenuous barrier between the imagined and the concrete.