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Nineteen Days In

Nineteen days in the only out wet windows smeared with fear hungry friendly folk with burning fevers peeking in Outside means don a black bandanna “Happy Trails” blazing across my face back in the day outside in the Tuscon desert twisted bed sheets cooled our fevers inside Outside means side eye scrutiny a dripping nose a dry cough a red fevered face covered by namaste greetings with alcohol soaked hands in prayer six to ten feet from fear's terrible steaming stench Outside means driving through spring streaked windows down wind blows fear and fever gone

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