Tag Archives: Death

Virgil Palely Loitering

Virgil Palely Loitering

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“Your cock looks all right, kid,” he said. “I wouldn’t worry about a thing.”more

James, Transcendent, Everyone Else, Stuck in the Mud

James, Transcendent, Everyone Else, Stuck in the Mud

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When Mary finds him, she’s going to punish him. He will inadvertently disarm her probably, she knows, imagining a headfirst hug at the bottom of the slide, a tangled pile, wheezing and wild with laughter. The smiling cherub laughs, anger wilts.more

ROUND TABLE: THE DEATH OF PRINCE

ROUND TABLE: THE DEATH OF PRINCE

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“There are writers and poets who called into question the tenants of life, but it’s popular artists, and popular acts like Prince that really did this in such a widespread waymore

Crackheads and Corn

Crackheads and Corn

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“The explosion of drugs like meth and crack in Rural America has torn away at the psyche of each and every small townmore

Una Vida

Una Vida

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“He called her Lucy, after my Ma, on account of her eyes being big, round, and dyingmore

BULLshot: Michael Hemmingson

BULLshot: Michael Hemmingson

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“When a person becomes a witness…of a violent crime, their lives are never the same”more

BULLshot: Mike Campbell

BULLshot: Mike Campbell

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The author of “Half a Man to Bury” discusses memories and death and being remembered in deathmore

Half a Man to Bury

Half a Man to Bury

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“Uncle Bill got his legs bit off by a shark and died before his body was brought to shore. You might have seen it in the newsmore

Three Fishermen

Three Fishermen

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“You’d be out fishing with Bob at the aqueduct and Bob would return after having been gone for a while, and he’d say, ‘Come here, I want to show you somethingmore

Despite Science, The Elderly May Die

Despite Science, The Elderly May Die

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“The elderly, mottled and full of wisdom, are the section of the population that is the most flirtatious with deathmore