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Then, my best friend, Alfred, rammed behind me with the truck. The truck went forward into the intersection where a semi hit the bed, spinnin’ us off of the road, hittin’ a tree. I was going to travel, then get a teaching job, then get married and have children.
Clara was launched from the cabin, and she flew out into the darkness of the woods. I haven’t even been sitting on this couch for an hour, and I’ve already smoked three cigarettes.
The freesias seemed like a nice starter plant for our new home.
They reminded me of watercolors and were easy enough to maintain. Instead, you were observing the enormous world that engulfed you.
Mathew introduced us, and she was so excited to me meet me that she hugged me tight in her arms.
I can still remember her perfume: something floral and sweet.
The day I brought home a pack of freesia bulbs, I immediately scooped you up from the crib and plopped you on the earth as I dug a plot in our barren yard.
My parents thought it would be good to have a family summer vacation in the Domincan Republic. One day, the handyman that maintained and repaired the rental beach homes, in his broken English said to me- “ehhh, you want to be infielder or peecher (pitcher)? The summer went by fast, we never got to say goodbye to Alejandro, as he left a week before we did because of a sick family member on the other side of the island. I remember I had a huge crush on her, but she never knew I existed.
I was a shy kid, and spent my time alone with my baseball glove on, pitching a ball at a wall for hours each day. All summer this gracious saint would come over to the house after work, and would spend hours teaching me how to pitch correctly, as my parents watched happily each day and cooked him up dinner outside on the grills.
We drank beers and laughed as we waited for the sun to go down; it was so hot that I wrapped a shirt around my head.
It was getting close to dusk when Lily suddenly stood, giggling from beer and begging Mathew to go in the water with her. But yeah, I haven’t thought of Lily in a long time.