Hey, you knew the score / walking out in that dress / I can see all that you’re worth / The declining value of spent bodies cheap metal clanking in the machine . . . .
Dorothy Bendel is the author of Expatriate (Finishing Line Press). Her work can be found in The Rumpus, Connotation Press, Green Mountains Review, Microchondria II: 42 More Short-Short Stories Collected by Harvard Book Store, and additional publications. She currently lives in Washington, DC, where she writes, teaches, and serves as an editor at Atticus Review.
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