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34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 33

 

TEA, CHEESE, AND TYLER PERRY

SHELBEY WANNER

A FORTUNATE MAN

PENNY DVORACEK

BEAUTIFUL TRAGEDY

WILLIAM FALO

BITE THE MOMENT

NATHAN CAINES

RAPID

T DWELLA

IN THE PROUDEST COUNTRY

MICHAEL WASHBURN

 

"My plane leaves tomorrow but I want to stay here. Maybe get a job in a hotel. I can get to know you, Nadya.”

“You don’t want to do that. I’m broken. Go to college and become a doctor.”

“I think you’re special.”

“I’m a dirty street girl. You don’t know how many bad things I have done.”

“I don’t care. I’m going to miss the flight and spend time here with you.”

She saw a man in a business suit walk down the street with a woman in a dress and high heels. They laughed and gazed in shop windows. Maybe she could be Nico's girlfriend. They could go to Paris and shop in clothes stores all day and sip wine at night. Get married and have children.

THE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE BY MARTIN CHIPPERFIELD 34THPARALLEL@GMAIL.COM