Sunday Six

Only a couple of hours late, six sentences for Sunday, June 22:

We ride in a van with its windows blacked out. Every judder over every pothole is magnified. Time seems to stretch out, though the journey is not far. Nobody quite looks anybody in the eye. We are not competitors, quite, but neither are we friends.

There are twelve of us this year.

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