Aram

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Aram

ARAM

She had been watching him for three days.

He would wake up about 1 p.m. and  grab a late breakfast from the nearest trash can.  After watching people walk around Central Park, he quarantines himself in an abandoned building to have lively conversations with a man named Bob and a child named Booger that are very real in his mind between the hours of 4 to 6 p.m. Then she watches him wail for his mom for another hour. After each psychotic episode, he begs at multiple locations. He has to keep moving to avoid police and other homeless men that would either try to seize his spot or seize him. He was only 11.

Aram couldn’t stand to watch him anymore. Tonight, when he goes to his usual spot to rest she’ll have to grab him there.

ARAM / Pencil, Acrylic, Chalk /  5.5″ x 8.5″

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