Monthly Archives: January 2011

Rain

A boisterous sky spat rain at Arthur and I. We huddled close beneath a pink Carebear umbrella. It was two dollars at the store and two dollars was all we had stored. Arthur stared up at the menagerie of our … Continue reading

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Forgot

I once met the most forgotten boy, in all the world. He paid seventy dollars a month, for a cellular telephone. “No one has called it,” He said to me. I asked for his number. He gave it freely. “I’ll … Continue reading

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I Pray

A black man on the train cleaned a tarnished, golden Crucifix hanging around his neck. He peeled Jesus from His cross. giving the back a good scrub. “Thanks,” Jesus said. “Can I get you a drink?” the man offered.  “Whiskey … Continue reading

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The World on a Block

Chinese fragments tripped up on verbose usage of verbs. With taxi screaming Indians fighting the good fight for tired tourists. Estonian giggle Left me jonezin’ For an American Spirit, But 7-11 only speaks Haitian and I don’t know any fucking … Continue reading

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