“Owl man,” they chant, as I whoo like a siren or a fork lift from one of those factories up there on the hill, just beyond the city – my city; owl man’s city.
I snicker, “Laugh as you like, kids. You’ll understand one day.” I chortle again, I sound like a parent despite never having seeded life in a woman. Or kissed one, not that it matters anymore.
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