She grabbed him by the wrist and dragged him out into the frigid water. It was too dark to see beneath the surface, but they knew they weren’t alone. And they knew they weren’t safe.
“You’ve lost your mind,” he said.
“Who says I ever knew where it was?” she answered. “No more talking.”
She kept him there until the fog disappeared. Until the sun rose again. Until the beach filled with voices. Until the ferries passed by. Until he couldn’t stand it anymore and asked, “Why did you bring me here?”
“Because,” she said, “This was the only way I could explain how I feel.”