Blue Line Cogitations

11/03/2003

I sat in the very front of the train because I’ve always wanted a full-front view of where we were going as we were getting there. The track laid out ahead of us.

I realized that if there were a derailment or a collision I would be the first to die, but it was the price to pay for the childish thrill of sitting up front and watching the track glide underneath us before plunging into darkness.

Feeling ballsy. Maybe it was one of the side effects of the Effexor. Warning: Medication may cause commuting to work with reckless abandon.

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Author: Joe Stallone

Fiction Writer

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