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A regular

By February 23, 2020 May 22nd, 2020 No Comments

The people we pass again and again in cities can become as familiar as landmarks. But, Fiona Hyde wonders, what happens when those not-quite-strangers disappear? 

It’s funny, the relationships you can forge with total strangers. A few years ago, there was a couple I’d see on my way to work every morning. They always seemed to be running late, noticeably rushing along. Sometimes you’d see them even breaking into a fuck-we’re-really-late jog, which looked out of place in the surrounding pavement shuffle. I heard their accents a few times. English. Over for a job? I couldn’t tell. Must be, going to the same place every morning at the same time. “Why don’t they just leave earlier?” I’d think. But then, I was always late for work too.

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