The Wait

A long line. The men and a few women stood by the curb. It was 6 P.M. The man they called the sandwich or muffin man was late.He usually came at 5:30. There had been a snowstorm the previous day and the man lived upstate. Someone in the group said that  the man was snowed in. Still, the people waited. One or two walked across the street to the area with seats. After a while, some gave up and left. The sandwiches he handed out once a week were a Godsend and the blueberry/chocolate muffins sweetened what was often a bitter day. Another day, next week. Then, he’d come again.

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2 Responses to “The Wait”

  1. Alex Says:

    Good Writing.reads like a dispatch from the front lines of poverty,

    • beccar Says:

      Thank you, Alex. That is exactly what it is: a dispatch from the front lines of poverty. Eugenia haedo1881@yahoo.com, http://beccar.blogharbor.com Different Flags  The Story of Ani and Forbidden Love in Argentina Read Eugenia’s blog at differentflags.blospot.com Search word: Differentflags beccar.journalspace.com http://www.beccar.blog-city.com, beccar.blogharbor.com, mylifeinargentina.blogspirit.com, beccar.myblog.com differentflags http://www.differentflags.com Different Flags, A Novel by Eugenia Renskoff . ISBN: 0877142572. Release Date: 2002 From: Beccar’s Weblog To: haedo1881@yahoo.com Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 4:49 PM Subject: [Beccar’s Weblog] Comment: “The Wait” #yiv9340651837 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv9340651837 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv9340651837 a.yiv9340651837primaryactionlink:link, #yiv9340651837 a.yiv9340651837primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv9340651837 a.yiv9340651837primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv9340651837 a.yiv9340651837primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv9340651837 WordPress.com | | |

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