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“You name each noise: Jackie chopping/ watermelon, Deb slurping from the hose,/ that neighbour’s fat Chihuahua.” Read more

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Photo by Courtney Cook

Keep your radio on—otherwise you might not make it home. Read more

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"Life’s a bomb on a timer." Read more

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“Now that we have all the right tools for the job, we can put them away for the last time.” Read more

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See the local sites, try the local kisses. Read more

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"'Drink up, Joe. Hell is closed.' / laughing out the side of his mouth / Killing me the rest of the way." Read more

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"My house is the smallest oldest little house on the block / neighbors tour over and look down / call the fire department." Read more

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The rhythmic churn of an unbalanced drum Read more

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"In her dream, my wife said I abandoned her in the middle of a strange city forcing her out of our car." Read more

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