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the roadrunner at the checkpoint

at the checkpoint

sour-faced agents check for papers

tour dogs around cars

and generally seem angry at the heat

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[a roadrunner stands tall]

a roadrunner stands tall

on a state mandated

          patch of grass

               looking at the noontime traffic

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What's With That Roadrunner by the Bus Station? : Part 1

Calles de Lodo, Texas had always been a small town whose biggest population boom in the past decade had been Mrs. Avery’s triplets, almost four years ago. Deaths were equally uncommon though inevitable. Dr. A. R. Marx knew this and made a living as the town’s physician and mortician, though his work was primarily filled with reading non-fiction books about plane crash survivors and listening to a small TV propped up in the corner of his waiting room, pointed boots resting on the small coffee table. The years of sitting in the chairs had hunched him into a perpetual stoop.

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