Monday, March 14, 2011

In the days immediately after the plague

In the days immediately after the plague the buses were running again, though there were few passengers. During long stretches of the day, a coach would be occupied by the driver alone, guiding rows of empty seats through the rainy avenues. The smell of burning was still in the air.

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  1. Monday morning, the buses were almost empty and it was rainy. It was like everyone had left the city and there was a spooky vibe and this line, "in the days immediately after the plague" popped into my head.

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  2. Ah, that's how it started. Ok, that's cool. I always have lines pop into my head. I should do something with them.

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  3. Or maybe everyone IS dead and you're a zombie, Bailey.

    Six words for some brains

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  4. "Yummy yummy yummy yummy yummy more?"

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