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Not Quite Glengarry, poem by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish

At 8am, my friend dropped me off in front of a nondescript yellowish strip-mall building at the crumbled edge of Little Rock; the parking lot mostly empty. People with personable voices needed. No experience necessary. Apply today. I was trying … Continue reading

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