Under the Lights, Shadowed

If he had his way, there’d be just the two of them. But he couldn’t get his way. Not now and not ever. That was his role. Never the protagonist, nor the antagonist, but some character off to the side, not nearly past the curtain, never fully facing the crowd.

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