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Daybreak Macon

Flip-flops were a bad choice, I thought, as I followed Mark Twiggs, carefully inching down the steep berm to his camp on a sandy bank of the Ocmulgee River. My back to the river, I snapped a couple of photos of Mark’s camp and stumbled as I shifted my weight

Close your eyes. It’s 2 AM. Sirens are blaring.  You try to lay down and rest on the concrete, but you can’t. You try to close your eyes again. You can’t. You’re alone.  Imagine you are in a temporary shelter and are surrounded while you sleep by many others, with