Monday, November 19, 2007

From The Ohio System: "What it meant on our end was a braid of two waters, brown and green, and a problem of topsoil. 'The old bent nail had pulled loose from the dock.' A dip in the weather. A tide, frankly, there goes the architecture. 'I was ready to go rowing but I cut my foot' and the tiny cities of inflammation began moving downstream. Town inside its lower jaw. 'Then she gave each girl a double handful' poured downline, so running, then spent. What seemed like cathedrals at the source were, at the mouth, the inner parts of oxbows" (Howsare & Tynes 12).

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