By Patti Kim
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Everything on him seemed to match. I wondered if on a map, Portugal would also be the color brown. He sat down next to me, twitched his good leg, and offered me a corn chip. I told him my stomach wasn't feeling good and I could throw up all over him any minute. He smiled, showing me the gap between his two front teeth, and told me I could come over and play because his mother was working at the motel today. She was a cleaning lady for the Madison Inn, which was the two-story white brick building with orange, yellow, green, and blue doors.
I told him my stomach wasn't feeling good and I could throw up all over him any minute. He smiled, showing me the gap between his two front teeth, and told me I could come over and play because his mother was working at the motel today. She was a cleaning lady for the Madison Inn, which was the two-story white brick building with orange, yellow, green, and blue doors. It stood between Buckingham Theater and the Rose Garden Chinese Restaurant, right across the street from Pershing Market. I had seen Boris's mother come home from work before.
I showed her my writing. She read the first page, took a seat, turned to the second, and looked up at me with proud eyes on the verge of tears. " she asked. She wanted my permission to make a poster of my words to hang on the bulletin board. She said it was the most beautiful writing she had ever read. The next morning, my words covered an entire bulletin board. " This was what I had written: R is for rain. My little brother cried when it rained. I could depend on my brother to cry. A walnut formed on his chin.
A Cab Called Reliable: A Novel by Patti Kim