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A border town. Duffle bags packed tight with cash. Hundreds, fifties. A cop on the edge. An outlaw on a last score. Unspoken understandings. The girl. A matter of honor. The code. A shot at redemption. The old ways.
A metal briefcase with eggcrate foam slots. The satisfying click of barrel, scope and stock locking to. Orange noon desert glare. The drop gotten. An exit wound. The trickle of pulmonary blood. The summit of foes. Arid profundities. What could have been. The wind.
Date Written: December 08, 2003Comments:
Average Vote: 4.75
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