So Much Water So Close To Home
“So Much Water So Close to Home” is a short story by Raymond Carver. The plot explores quiet, violent, suspicion between a husband and wife.
I look at the creek. I'm right in it, eyes open, face down, staring at the moss on the
"I don't know what's wrong with you," he says on the way home. "You're getting me more riled by the minute."
There is nothing I can say to him. He tries to concentrate on the road. But he keeps looking into the rear-view mirror. He knows.