Invisibility was better than a diplomatic passport.
JUNE 1940 BY BUD JENNINGS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 23
He stood there in wonder as he watched the Germans make their way down the avenue toward Place de la Concorde. Invisibility was better than a diplomatic passport.
Paris on the day it fell to German invaders. The awesome reality of everything that was in front of him. With all his energy diverted to his greedy eyes, he stood, slack jawed and with paretic arms. He leaned over, breathed deeply, as if he’d just completed a foot race. Breathe, breathe.....
34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 23
ORANGE BY EDIE EVERETTE, EVERY MANSION NEEDS A DUCKPOND BY HANNAH LUSH, THEY WERE 50% OFF BY DIANNA BRACKNEY, SORORITY BY KATIE O’NEILL, MOMENTARY STAR—GO BY STEFANIE PICKETT-BUCKNER, THE BORDER STONE BY ANDY FREW, AND THEN, THERE WERE THREE... BY ANITA N VOELKER, PULL UP A BLUE CHAIR BY SHARYN STONE, MIO FRATELLO BY SAVIO PHAM.