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Half The Woman

I don’t remember if I said goodbye to you at all. I was away, so far and living the dream, a sordid tale, the novella you would abhor. You, who had the sweetest heart in later years, your thick glasses … Continue reading

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Mallets Made Of Glass

And what good could it do you to forge your anvil made of iron with your muscles bulging and your sweat blotting patterns in the concrete below your arm? The mallet is made of glass, you fool and so your … Continue reading

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Limbs of the Weeping Willow

“Boy,” he said, with his mustache dampened by corn whiskey and his perfect blue eyes dancing in his head. “Don’t you know you’re a colored boy? We don’t like coloreds ’round here.” Harry dug his slender fingers into the rim … Continue reading

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