Excerpts from Phonecall from an Old Nieghbor by Chad Davidson
how little brain she uses anymore. Dispenser of pills, prescription filler's about all it takes. She and her school are like George and the war: good nightmares. She says they used to make the pills from scratch. No gadgets. Where's scratch come from anyway? About all I know is that dog scratched a lot. Fleas in the crotch. Had heartworms, right? I think that last snow she almost lost him. Thank God for pills: slip them down in old hamburger. But Dad's still teaching, Mom's still teaching Dad that Mediterranean food. Says she'll have to heep on trying
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Excerpts from Quarters by Chad Davidson
scoop me out of the muck and hold me, or kneel down next to me, like mother when I floundered in the tub, unwilling, afraid the water lost it's power to clean, that my mother couldn't seperate me from his stains.
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