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DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON--A Sonnet Plagiarized for Truth*

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Cleveland Police

Hey, how are you?


I'm sitting in the park by the West Boulevard rapid

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transit station and there's a guy

and like a pistol, you know.

It's probably fake,

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but he's like pointing it at everybody.

And where are you at, sir?

I'm sitting in the park at West Cudell,

West Boulevard

by the West Boulevard rapid transit station.

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So, you're at the rapid station. Are you at the rapid station?

No, I'm sitting across the street at the park.

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Joe Carvalko is an American author and lawyer born in Bridgeport, CT. His recent novel, We Were Beautiful Once, Chapters from a Cold War (Sunbury Press, 2013) was inspired by a trial he conducted that was featured in a 2004 documentary Missing, (more...)

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