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impurities away. Carl put both hands in it and let the water carry his impurities away. He worked out $300 a month with the camp site, even though the owner thought him crazy for wanting to spend an Ohio winter in an aluminum tin can. He took a job as an assistant setter, even though the owner thought he was crazy for not subcontracting. It was all he needed and he remained silent during the jobs, remained steady. The jokes and insults finally stopped. He called his daughter and his son. And every day, after work, even in the winter, he went to the Ohio and washed his hands.

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The Fine Line Issue 3  

The Fine Line presents its third compilation of art, fiction and poetry by contributors Francis Raven, Michael Young, Dorothee Lang, Raj Sha...

The Fine Line Issue 3  

The Fine Line presents its third compilation of art, fiction and poetry by contributors Francis Raven, Michael Young, Dorothee Lang, Raj Sha...

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