Follow That Car
“Two pilots in requirement of a single definite way to go.”
I filled my tank about halfway and slipped back into traffic. Rush hour was winding down—gridlock didn’t suit my purpose—and the streets flowed steadily. Radio gave out glossy pop that wanted a film to be featured in. Turning north, I saw the mountains start to fade against the California dusk.
Follow that car
Miles Klee is an editor for the web culture site the Daily Dot as well as author of Ivyland (OR Books, 2012) and the story collection True False (OR Books, 2015). His essays, reportage, fiction, and satire have appeared in Vanity Fair, Lapham’s Quarterly, Electric Literature, The Awl, Guernica, and elsewhere.
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Pack of doilies, Trapper Keeper, Cookie Monster cookie jar.