By Roger V. Lucy
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They walk to the next block. It is where the streetcar stops. It is where Emile got off the streetcar on his way here. They go to the plat form in the middle of the street. They wait for a streetcar to come. They pass the cigarette back and forth between them. A streetcar comes. It stops in front of them. They get on it and they put their fares into the fare machine. The driver gives them tickets. They sit down on the streetcar and the streetcar moves again. They sit on the streetcar for a while.
Mr. Koch grumbles. ’ Mr. Koch sighs. He shakes his head. He coughs into his hand. Mr. ’ He stands up. He is old. He stands up slowly. It is getting harder for him to stand up. He is old and he weighs too much. He starts to move towards the door. ’ Dear Emile, I am in the train station. I am sitting on the bench. I don’t know what else to do. There isn’t anything for me to do. I would still be standing where I was when I watched you go, but my legs are tired. It is 11:37. I feel like I’m waiting for something.
Emile passed out on Agatha’s couch. It was after they went to the bar. The camera was on the table in front of the couch. Agatha had shown Emile how it worked. There was a bottle of brandy on the table beside it. Agatha was standing beside Emile. She was holding a blanket. She bent over him. She touched his hair, gently. She put the blanket over him. Agatha was drunk. Some of her hair was still piled on top of her head. The rest of her hair was falling onto her shoulders. She walked away from the couch.
1935 Armoured Car in Canadian Service by Roger V. Lucy