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..:: CONTENTS ::..
   Volume VI, Issue I

..:: POETRY ::..


..:: PROSE ::..
..:: OTHER ::..

..:: ETC ::..
   Contributor's Notes

..:: ARCHIVES ::..
   Volume I, Issue I
   Volume I, Issue II
   Volume II, Issue I
   Volume II, Issue II
   Volume III, Issue I
   Volume III, Issue II
   Volume IV, Issue I
   Volume IV, Issue II
   Volume V, Issue I
   Volume V, Issue II

 
Prose


Excerpt from a Novel
Carlos Rowles

     

                                    just because lew was gone, need not ... suddenly, from coffin rock ... unlight ... a rich, powerful voice was then cut into strips, partly dried then burnt ... but the whole—reflection ... not writing, or hearing about having an idea ... as the result he now has by heart upwards of twenty-five ... as uh met his twinkling eye there was something rather disturbing ... he went to the canoes ... grew along the wall of a deserted pasture ... he had eaten a clutch of sawgrass ... well uh will say, they don't believe in hard work ... iffen they can ... by the displayed placard (remembering my honourable boast) ... they hated him too ... my papa was a hickerson—he was a shoemaker ... himself to the gorge of kaliuwaa, which leads to the falls ... rode into the battle ... he had loved the ree maiden from the first ... breaking silence ... to the volcano, to pele's ... sang their self-conscious airs or mewed in derision ... not deem it expedient to reveal the fact that in reality it is hidden ... overcoat belonging to one of the party, and then hunted up two large ... originally a mining camp, and early prophecies were that it would not ... what a sublime view we get from the terrapin rocks ... took me aside one day ... midday to walk about and spread his wings in the sun ... here on the corner—vance of the slow-moving procession thus ... when her mother goes for wood she carries one ... cemetery hill, and leave a back door open as it were ... rope legend held the money ... smoothing over the place he carefully relaid ... had their hands full, and that they had ... was natural to him, and was but the outward sign of this ... was paddling across the lake one day, when uh saw a shellbird ... generally limit the expenses incurred to the bulk of his pocket-book ... at times is as smooth as a little mill pond, at others almost ... will be a thing of the past—prejudice is hard ... afterwards days boy ... very well till they got ... to resolve that this nation under god shall have a new birth ... among the arts of this country that of painting upon canvas held ... view this passage from the upper to the nether world ... in clearing away obstacles ... making a brief comparison ... there has been a distinct attempt to tamper ... order of creation, according to folk-lore ... was that after uh ... was no recession ... but he knew that he would do if he were, an' careless ... thorwald making a fine picture as they disembark ... carrying there he never visited the brook ... after a few minutes of this kind of watching they seemed satisfied ... and behind—mr freedom x ... these caravans usually ... when he needed a new bundle ... and prayer services, they all sung and prayed around the room uh forgot ... misinterpretation of an order, the least negligence on the part ... where the crystal rivers flash and gleam you know that ... they cleaned us out ... father was born at eastern shore ... loud crashes of thunder mingled with the shriek of the wind ... to tinkering one hundred and two when she died ... hush hush they whispered ... look, look the war maiden comes ... all eyes were turned upon makatah (who) ... a story of lux ... concerning the virtuous amusements of both old and young ... in 1983 there occurred a terrible massacre at old saratoga ... it will be a great feat if uh can find and take from her the babe ... the little tawny skin shall be beautifully dressed by my mother ... the legs and the nose shall be embossed with porcupine quills ... it will be my work-bag she said ... and walked halfway to the bunk-house before he veered off ... with him missing just at the moment when we left ... name given the fishing ground, to a place called sturgeon bay ... knowed it uh knowed it he wailed ... popping out again as if on springs ... my folks is long livers ... daughter of the well, rocks, as restless as the ocean waves again we noted ... oriskany, that brant, the mohawk chief and johnson ... the tory ... pathway of the still valley alone ... see the abodes of men and to learn of their ways from time to time ... between congratulation over a successful stalk after nights gone hungry ... poor johnnie there were tears in his eyes when he told me about it ... wrote to his people at arbor croche ... shot a man to death ... these spaces and the people fortified, and to be without ... a preacher, but we confess ... deep moat covering of spaces ... one turn past the little beach towns, as the roar of the surf could be distinctly heard ... machine's existence, simultaneous a horse-wrangler too ... and a concealing window and what lies beyond ... city block or quiet ... repay his time and patience to investigate ... scowled at jeff hall's signature on the largest check—'for drinking water' ... paid that more'n once—some of the poor devils ... as was to be expected from a strong, well-formed girl ... we have brought, for the purpose, my lord ... long gone by, a great chief conquered every tribe who ... implosion ... this with and put them under his head ... toward canada ... he always took off his blue overalls when they do so, the world will be the poorer in consequence ... are painted, they would proceed to demonstrate their right to speak evil ... chapter ix ... though he watched it for a full minute he looked at the sun ... picturesque ... all of the adirondack regions as we made our way ... following very graphic and interesting description of the visit and ... scratched his ear with his hind foot ... leaving them to their disgust ... which he was bound, the nets in his way as well as the loss of blood ... died of his own skin ... I was going to lick him, shore, if it went on ... you wonder uh didn't think of that plan he demanded ... ain't you ... cruelty and disregard of indians by these white men ... uncovered there, naked you mean ... impossible to give succor, and the hunters left ... he was traveling ... age: 83 ... the stage came, and bud turned to it relieved ... after that food was set before him, with which he refreshed himself ... that old—then see what happens ... distributed among the poor and old people ... at first this seemed an unlucky circumstance for the indians ... inhabit them, involves hills by hidden aqueduct ... no son of mine can take ... the government ... uncoiled his rope and that the seized, certainly furnishing them with weapons ... charms to use in case ... chapter ix ... suddenly a place of unearthly beauty that dulled ... subterranean halls and their titanic masonry fantastic ...

  

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