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First Hitch

I walked backwards, facing traffic with my arm up, thumb lit like a beacon. It was my first time hitchhiking, but I had been given discourses from veterans and I felt I understood the principles. In less than fifteen minutes … Continue reading

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The Creek

I remember the last days of the crawdad wars. That was the story we told each other when we couldn’t find a living thing anywhere swimming in the creek. Though it wasn’t a war at all; it was a massacre, a … Continue reading

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