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She waits for the night to fall.
Then she points her pistol through the door,
And she aims at the streetlight
While the freeway hisses.
Dogs bark as the gun falls to the floor.
The streetlight's still burning;
She always misses.
That's the day she'll leave.
That's one little victory, that's all she needs!
She pulls the shade;
It's just another sunny Monday.
She waits for the night to fall.
   ("Sunny Sunday")



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  1. Interesting!

    My teaser is an excerpt from a YA book about the Underground Railway.

    http://wp.me/p3Nz8P-h7

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  2. Such an iconic figure...thanks for sharing.

    My Tuesday post: http://www.bookclublibrarian.com/2014/10/first-chapter-first-paragraph-80-and.html

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  3. I love Joni Mitchell. I'll be humming this song while I'm working today:)
    Here is my TT - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/10/28/teaser-tuesdays-87-moore-zombies-and-the-alien-next-door/

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  4. Lovely voice, haunting melody. This sounds like a delightful book.
    My Tuesday post features THE BEARWALKER’S DAUGHTER.

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  5. Cool! That's what I love about Teaser Tuesdays - an alert to a book you didn't know existed. I have Positively 4th Street in my queue.

    Mine this week is a series mystery: Burn by Nevada Barr at http://wp.me/pZnGI-f4

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  6. I haven't had much experience to Joni Mitchell, so I appreciate the share. Enjoyable. Thanks for coming by!

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