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Defibrillator by Conrad Schafman

Through the blood-thirsty, money-hungry, stop-and-go traffic, the sweet, soothing moan of the homeless man’s saxophone cut through rush hour’s roaring tide for blocks and blocks. The notes swelled from his lungs defibrillating our dying society, the warm, vivid notes liberating the souls of us defeated and demoralized slaves to the morning commute. Joyless minds drown … Continue reading