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? Listen: The Prairie Lines - Eyes Down Slowdown

I like to sit by the front window and look out into the yard when it rains. The wet glass reminds me of the geometric stained glass that let fractured light into the Lutheran church where my parents got married. Each drop makes it way down to the window sill, I pick favorites and hope they win the race, but if mine starts to fall behind then I’ll switch and pick a different drop.
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