1,049 miles

Walking, talking care home voters roll debris
chaperoning coins, a re-birthing mother feeds a machine, keep it up lady
Lithuanian suicide dialect – ‘Say something Sister!’
late afternoons with her invisible friends discussing The Frederick Douglas Hypothesis
injury time shifts, pay nets, plainsong plans
Westwards

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