Column: Night at a homeless shelter
It's not easy sleeping in a homeless shelter.
The sounds are strange. Faraway doors slam as residents scurry in from late-night jobs or nocturnal movie-watching marathons in the TV lounge. Children are crying in their rooms.
That night I awake many times after dreams in which the shelter's floor plan morphs into a large airport terminal.
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