The air has split open, and the townspeople are dropping in heaps. They’re falling asleep: belly-down on swings, splayed on the sun-specked riverbank, hunched over on park benches. Snores push upwind, around the brick outhouse, onto the streets. No one’s awake to notice.   Outside a house, sixteen tiny flags still line the front lawn,…

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