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Two Days Before Thanksgiving

by Christopher Raley   We were leaving under breaking clouds when I saw it, bright yellow harbinger of my old life, carrier of artifacts of others’ lives rolling down the highway to the next job. Always some poor fool chasing … Continue reading

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by Christopher Raley   I wait.  Gas station minimart.  Cashier nodding through a phone call.  Gray face tight drawn. Half circle of drivers around the counter look beyond the woman to I-5.   I’m running it to the valley.  Thanksgiving. … Continue reading

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