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Jimmy, Chucky, and I became stranded in the desert 20 miles east of town. We had drinking water and the rabbit that Jimmy had snared. We needed to have a fair way of s…
She brashly confronts me on a busy crosswalk with gloomy memories falling from her tongue, and she’s maybe seventy or eighty years old — hard to tell.
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The following is a correspondence between Mrs. Greenfold and an unnamed writer. Font and names are essential to the understanding and purpose of these letters.
I’ve wanted to paint him so many times. / My friend was lucky enough to take a blurry photo. / Forever, I want to stare at that man, who gruffly sings "Sweet Annie in the Green Briar"
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