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It was on September 5th when I decided to take a walk to Walgreens to buy some more snacks and other hygiene products that I needed Debating if I wanted to walk during the hottest time of the day I felt I had no other choice plus I needed to find a way to waste time So I made my way down the long never ending sidewalk Walking down International Speedway stepping on the lose pieces of small rocks and large chucks of earth that managed to grow its way between every other large slab of concrete paved sidewalk Unable to block the sun rays beaming down the left side of my body I continued my long walk in a parallel line down the street As the sun above played hide and seek disappearing for a while and then reappearing I felt the fresh breeze go through my hair and past my nose carrying the scent of the fresh season cooked fries from Checkers followed by the aroma of fried chicken being cooked at the Citgo gas stationThe streets seemed packed with gas guzzling load roaring cars and trucks At every traffic light and 4-way intersection I made my way jumping over puddles of black burnt motor oil that found its way through small leaks of old cars that had been at rest patiently at the red light Watching my back for careless and reckless drivers I walked past run down unused buildings with faded spots of paint peeling off the sides plant life growing out of any possible crack of the building I seen my reflection in the big windows thats looked like they havent been cleaned for years It seemed like one of the longest walks of my life Never ending sweat poured off my forehead as the sun made its way from behind a few clouds I felt the intense heat beaming on the back of my neck with every step
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