Highland Journal, a Miniseries: Part II
Thursday, February 21, 2013
By Howard Dyckoff - She carries needles and tubes, held in slender fingers. She’s looking for human blood. I see earrings, and under her white jacket, jewelry, a sequined top. I catch a honeysuckle scent. Leather heels. She clearly has a life outside of all this bloodsucking.
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