Dance to the Neighbor’s Stereo

from The Death of Samuel Miller by The Chairman Dances

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I felt better today for the first time. I pushed the medication tray to the side. Saw my Sarah on the couch, humming along to the synthesized beat of a snare. I kicked off the Dr. Scholl’s inserts. I let the night robe fall. Sarah shuffled on, offered her hand and the synthesized beat led us on. We dance to the neighbor’s stereo, dance to that trash they play. We dance to the neighbor’s stereo and their odd ways. You lean in to tell me something. Words that I cannot hear. But the movement of your mouth, the fall of your bangs—my darling, my darling we’re here to dance to the neighbor’s stereo, dance to that trash they play. We dance to the neighbor’s stereo in our odd way.

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from The Death of Samuel Miller, released June 27, 2014

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