Radio Inactivity

Heliocentric XIV

Pexels + Bru_No @ Pixabay /collage: AleXander Hirka

The tree covered mountains on either side of the road flickered the sun and shadows across the hood of the car, and they kept losing the radio broadcast as they wound through the deep valleys.

The kids were cranky in the back seat. Their mother was just as glad not to hear the rotation of the same songs because of course there was only one good station which played the good songs.



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