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The Suitcase: A surreal (prose) poem

Every day he packed his suitcase before he left for work. He always took extra socks becausehis feet got so cold. People asked if he was leaving but he said “No, I just want to be ready in case of a disaster.” Everyone thought him strange except for the hot dog guy. They say he was a prisoner of war and knew the importance of being ready. He keep a large plastic bag under his cart. “Just in case” he said with a wink and passed out two dogs with onions.

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