Monthly Archives: January 2014

THE SMOKE OF LOS ANGELES

Fills up the sky in funnels of fumes and heat, sprinkling its tired civilians with a layer of dust a mask of resignation through the hustle bustle. It chokes up our throats as we mutter, scream, cry, fuss wait for … Continue reading

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NEW YEAR’S EVE

We clinked glasses and lit our cigarettes off each other, the regret fading with the smoke. Party hats, streamers, empty shot glasses set around the dining table, nine p.m to ten p.m. to eleven fifty-nine to nothing. We wondered if … Continue reading

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