“Where I am now?” His father pointed down.
“What did he look like, Dennis?” John Trinkle followed his son’s quick feet back up to the kitchen.
Dennis sat in front of his cereal and tucked his knees under his chin. He wrapped his arms around his legs. “He was made out of fire, with a face like a bull. He had horns.” The father poured himself a mug of coffee and sat beside his son, rather than across from the child where his plate of toast lay untouched.… Read the rest