Cause i

Of the intersection and the crowds of people all waiting out of joint with each other, no crowds only people, the traffic, the large tree, the families, the family of three women, of their lives, of the tall man’s life of which there is little to say, of the casual emptying of The Tall Man to relate to most other tall men, of the absence, or lack, of the spirit of the subject enabling him to be filled with that lack, or absence, of others. Of the weight of the eldest daughter, of her stature or gait, of those less fortunate, of those without voice, of those one may be more fortunate than, of ‘All having been there’, but no longer there, of understanding, ofcom.

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