The Homeless Girl has been in the train station for years, and has
Homeless Girl: I’d rather take my chances staying put. I’m not getting on that train. You don’t know my life. You don’t know the pain I’ve been through and caused.
I don’t know how I died - exposure, accident, who knows? What’s worse is that I don’t know if my parents know I’m dead. And they definitely don’t know I’m sorry for what I did to them.
Peter Tarsi, Tracks. Dramatic Publishing, 2006 pp. 40-41.
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