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A Poor Man’s Roses

by on Oct 5, 2009 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

By Alethea Kontis At first, she sang to remember. It was a way to pass the long, dark time, a way to drown out the buzz in her head when the earth shook and the bunker rattled, a way to live outside the bars of her cage, to be a woman who smoked and drank, flirted and pined, flipped her...

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