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Still Life by Frederick K Foote

“Boy, you better have your black ass down here tonight, or your ass is grass, nigger. You hear me, Ellis?”

That’s my main man, Mac Brown, the Big Sound from Downtown. He got a right to be pissed. A month ago, I missed our best bud, Willa Wright’s art show. My demons kicked in the day of the show. I don’t know why. I woke up 600 miles from home, in a hooker’s trailer, with no wallet, no money, no phone.

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