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My Papa's Mascara

11 pages10 minutes


It's an old family secret, or a repressed memory. It's buried into humanity, and clawing its way out simultaneously. A man becomes a boy again standing over the casket of his Papa. But when he was a boy is when all the trouble started. "The funeral home was closed. After all the gawkers had gone home for the night I came out of my hiding spot behind the metal chairs in . . .

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