Worth Writing Home About (1952)

from The Death of Samuel Miller by The Chairman Dances

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I was stopping at every window, looking in every house to see what I had lost. I saw a teenage dream flash on the screen—the thoughts come right back. Is there something worth writing home about, someplace worth calling home? Remember your own: that mystic light that shone off lake Ontelaunee; the Fairground Square Mall and the college kids we'd call, laughing on and on. It was something worth writing home about, someplace worth calling home. My baby cries and I shut my eyes. I’m on the phone with anyone with advice until the pickup pulls up and an older me steps out to help Samuel around the house. Is there someplace worth writing home about? Is this anything, anything worth calling home? It was something worth writing home about, someplace worth calling home.

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

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