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Father of the Week

Devon strummed his guitar and sang his song to the mostly drunk, inattentive audience who had paid to see the following performer, but that didn’t deter him from playing. It was a song about a man collecting a gift for his daughter’s wedding, piece by piece. Through antique stores and trinket shops he scoured for charms to fit on an old, tarnished silver bracelet; bobbles that captured stories from her childhood. As the tales unfolded the memories grew darker and more unpleasant, until it became clear that Devon wasn’t playing a love song from father to daughter, but rather a song of regret and redemption.

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