Thirty

He said, I can’t imagine that. Living somewhere they don’t speak my language. I said I couldn’t either.

Trespassing

Whenever they drove past in the car on the way to the next town over, all he saw was a bare expanse of crumbling gray stones stretching out like a long-emptied riverbed behind the warped fencing with all its warnings.

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