Monthly Archives: March 2009

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Other People’s Lifetimes

“Don’t you think it’s funny, the stuff that people keep?” Dana said. “I find everything you people do a little odd.” Bella responded. “As you know.” Dana grinned, and kept rummaging through the tables. Garage sales were a surefire way to kill a Saturday afternoon, when you

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End of the Family Line

Everyone keeps going on about tracing their family trees. I can’t see the big deal myself. It’s bound to be really disappointing. And boring. Still, I might sort through the boxes from the old house, see if there’s anything vaguely interesting in there.  *** Dear

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Long and Lonesome

PAGE 1 4 PANELS – LONG HORIZONTAL PANELS STACKED ON TOP OF EACH OTHER PANEL 1 A long lonesome stretch of highway. Red rocks off to the sides. Empty, desolate, the kind of country Satan himself wouldn’t bother with. In the distance, a lone speck

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Between The Lines

Dear Momma, I’m sure that by the time you read this letter ya’ll have noticed that I’m gone. Please don’t worry about me, I’m fine. Bobby and me had to get away so we could be together. I wish you could see the sun set

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Take a Left

“Take Monroe to I-10 and make a left. Stop when you see the ocean.” It was our joke for years, until the day I did it. This section of I-10 is under construction. I passed a sign that warned of roadwork 12 miles hence. Three