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Diner, Midtown Manhattan

OCTOBER 2012: POETRY by Daniel Bowman Jr. The thought that she can't stay beautiful much longer on cigarettes and coffee nags at her a little more now that it's fall. But not today. Early Sunday morning, the city forgives her in its light and silence. This is how it worships— a holy refraining, nothing banging together. Even the small man at the counter barely chews. Daniel Bowman Jr. is the author of A Plum Tree in Leatherstocking Country. His first…
Daniel Bowman Jr.
October 1, 2012