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Day at the Diner

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Day at the Diner

Clouds of grey smoke rising in the air like rain clouds and many random people grazing 
an endless mug of coffee grasped in my relaxed hand with a pink sugar packet poured to 
the scrungy waiters taking orders while the infinite chatter of a group of close friends 
the grey smoke reeks on my clothes as well as the roaming smell of fried food,
drinking bitter-sweet coffee although I've had ten cups with the taste of a friends meal 
I selfishly helped myself to

Copyright © Nicholas Enloe

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