Bagel Bags

It was a cold windy early Sunday evening. The man walked fast. His head was down and his face hidden by a black hoodie. He clutched part of his short winter coat with his right hand. Outside a closed restaurant someone had left two transparent bags. “Oh, bagels,” the man said, getting close to the bags. He took out a supermarket bag from one of his pockets and counted up to 6. After his food gathering job was finished, the man walked on towards the subway.

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2 Responses to “Bagel Bags”

  1. Alex Says:

    It’s terrific. Really like your observations of city life.

    • beccar Says:

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