Monthly Archives: March 2017

Celia Cruz in Emeryville

I waited twenty minutes to try on two dresses, one for the evening (I was going out on a date and wanted to look good) three jeans with rips above and below the knee four tops all V-necklines that showed … Continue reading

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Stonebridge in Pleasanton

dancing inside a circle of orange traffic cones wish me luck shopping trip automatic doors glass elevator dropping down two strollers on the prowl in retail heaven shopping bag flashes wide itching to be filled with a remoulade of half-offs close-outs crammed on … Continue reading

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Southland in Hayward

Southland Mall sits like a waxed vagina hidden behind a concrete preserve you would never know what lay behind the FedEx guards Locksmith keys no trees not even a fake orchid dresses from countries we don’t trade agree with anymore … Continue reading

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