lazy eveningsingle fly slowly circlesneighbors' trash can I don't think you need both "lazy" and "slowly"lazy eveningjust a single fly circlesmy neighbor's trash
This is great!
I prefer the original 'neighbors' trash can' because 'my neighbor's trash' sounds to me like rubbish dumped on the ground.
Possibly, except rather than generalise it was nice to zoom into one trash can. ;-)But I don't understand the position of the apostrophe in:neighbors' trash canDoes this mean several neighbours share a single trash can, or should it have read:neighbors' trash cans???
I refer to the family that lives across from me as the "neighbors". I am editing and removing the slowly
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