Erik Jacobs for the Boston Globe
Young and with college behind, I drove my VW bug with its over-inflated tires. I bounced down Memorial Drive. Oncoming, a small, yet too-high, truck stuck the bridge. The top peeled back like a can. Too many years ago for a cell phone, I drove on as metal fell loudly.
—MONIQUE DOYLE, Franklin
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