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WHERE PEOPLE WAIT by Sara Tusek

--a low-ceilinged square room with sturdy, outdated furniture and uninteresting vending machines where families wait for the surgeon's report --a bland, poorly-lit anteroom where job applicants wait for a summons by those who might hire them --a stuffy church vestry room crammed with a jumble of tarnished candlesticks and petrified wax droppings where the bride waits for the organ to strike up Mendelssohn --a tiny, bare room with three chairs where people who’ve been pulled out of the security control line at the airport wait to see if they are under arrest --the middle-of-the-night kitchen where one waits for the other to come home

reposted from May 8, 2016

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