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Daughter
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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Daughter of the police officer who wore black riding boots,
was polishing them, a call came, he had been killed in traffic
accident. She put polish and brush into a cupboard, no longer
a slave of a father who used boots as mirrors in the morning
when shaving, and if he couldn´t see clearly, beat her with
a leather strap. Father in his coffin, she polished his medals,
he looked grand in death. But for the daughter, of the officer,
each medal reminded her of the leather lash.  
 

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