Traffic Life : Passionate Tales and Exit Strategies
Edited by Stephan Wehner
An Anthology
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 traffic patterns  Stewart Clayten   zig then zag then pump on the gas honk the horn and slam on the brakes shake a fist then do it all again  single occupant vehicles going one way along the my-way highway, snaking out to the suburban sprawl, to big boxes of retailers to strip malls with stall after stall after parking stall lots of drive-ins, drive-thrus conveniently driven to consume, to rush, to sit in isolation, detached from each other 'muscle' cars and SUVs idling in gridlock each powered by hundreds of horsepower -when just one will do  traffic flows from A to B via steel cocoons via concrete and asphalt slabs suffocating once fertile soil, stream and fields an expensive toll in a haze of combusting fossil fuels layer upon layer                               89

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