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When walking hope is a swagger
When sleeping hope is a lullaby
When breathing hope is oxygen
When drunk hope. . .
Somewhere in Maine a boy waits for my phone call. I can’t call because I can’t move.
May, 1946. Willard Rochester sat in his office in the Federal Building in Manhattan. He glanced at his watch.
Roughly half a century after it first emerged, folk horror is back.
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Is the Supreme Court beyond repair?