Kevin Carman Writes

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Another Use For a White sheet

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Stinky did not like this neighborhood. “You didn‘t tell me the job was over here Wez.”
“huh- uh.” Wez chortled, “Then you wouldn’t have come. And I need you.”
They turned left onto Rhodesia Avenue, deep in the heart of Lakewood. A district of southeast Atlanta. This was a particularly rough area, in a place that was all rough areas. It was early. Just after dawn. Wez was trying to take advantage of a prematurely warm, late winter day. In the shadows you could still see the urchins of the night. Waiting for one more crack head to come rolling up. Looking for one more twenty of the hard, to get thru the morning. This was the transition time. Read the rest of this entry »
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Written by kevincarman

February 24, 2010 at 7:05 pm