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Flash Fiction: Very Short Stories - The Sewers of Salt Lake through Yoghurt Summary & Analysis

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The Sewers of Salt Lake through Yoghurt Summary

The Sewers of Salt Lake

Jerry Lee Lewis music is blaring. Dogs have dug a complicated system of tunnels in the backyard of a couple's home. The couples' twin babies have disappeared. Martha, their mother, goes down in the tunnels after them. A while later, Martha emerges with one twin. One of the dogs is bringing the other twin up. Marsha is impressed that the dogs have created a small, comfortable bedroom in the tunnels below. There is a sign at the entrance of the sewers that forbids anyone from feeding any animals they may see in the sewers. A tour of the sewer underground is given once each year. Martha and her husband and the twins take part in the tour. Guides are armed with nightsticks in case anyone gets out of line. One...

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