A Drink too Many
The silence was broken by the loud metallic ring of a can clanking as it hit the road. The faint echoing of the subway can be heard from a distant. Over the years, life had treated Sam harshly. At first he was sued for bankruptcy, having all his assets and properties taken, and then as if the problems were lining up to greet him, his wife of ten years left him. As a result, his closest companion had become the gin bottle, a devious little thing that have never left his side ever since. Every day, for the past few months, sown from the bitter seeds of depression sprouted the habit of drinki…
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