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The King of King’s Road (11)

(continued from The King of King’s Road (10)) The homeless man continued to lay in a coma at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. The nurses kept a close watch of his vital signs and meticulously recorded every change in his status. The … Continue reading

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The King of King’s Road (10)

(continued from The King of King’s Road (9)) When the morning shift arrived at the Chelsea Fire Station, they found the homeless man still asleep on a cot in their locker room. Some of the departing firemen from the night … Continue reading

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The King of King’s Road (9)

(continued from The King of King’s Road (8)) Each night, the homeless man unrolled his foam pad and sleeping bag and carefully laid them with his pillow on the ground next to his shopping cart. The overhang from the building sheltered him … Continue reading

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The King of King’s Road (8)

(continued from The King of King’s Road (7)) Each day after finishing their chores, a group of the firemen at the Chelsea Fire Station gathered around a communal table in their locker room and played poker. On most days as the … Continue reading

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The King of King’s Road (7)

(continued from The King of King’s Road (6)) The firemen at the Chelsea Fire Station continued to bring their curious neighbor coffee and a muffin each morning. Most days, it was the only meal the homeless man ate. Whenever he … Continue reading

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