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The Tequila Sunrise In Popular Culture

Its celebration in the early 70s can be traced to both the Eagles and Stones, each capturing the imagination as lightning in a booze bottle. That photo of Keith Richard, amid Coors, Jack Daniel’s and Coca-Cola, a trio of refreshment … Continue reading

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Broken

A field hand upon his corn husk pallet, legs a cruel joke, painful reminders of a painful past Slim neighbor/helper barely strong, lending her soul as she can, when she can, with leftover kindnesses The radio, ever on but hardly … Continue reading

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