SometimesISometimes by De-Anon
Sometimes when Alfred F. Jones went to the grocery store he could be seen making silly faces at the children behind him in the checkout line. He'd stretch his lips out with his fingers or cross his eyes, and sometimes even puff out his cheeks until the child's laughter rang out through the store, his own joining in. Then he'd wink at the mother and turn to buy hamburger meat and other supplies for the week. Outside he'd nudge aside a car that had parked too close to his so that he could climb in and drive off.
Sometimes when Alfred F. Jones went to baseball gamesand he went to a lot of baseball gameshe'd smuggle in burgers from McDonald's under his jacket rather than pay the increased price in the stadium. When it was time for the American national anthem, he'd stand the tallest and the proudest, tears streaming freely down his face by the time the last note rang over the silenced stadium.
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