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Contents July 26 Leavitt - He¿d shipped out to Occupied Japan Lark I move his chair into the yard under the tree Nonie The social work people marched right in Termite He sees through the blue Leavitt You¿ll be safe here Lark I decorate the cake in three pale colors Nonie There¿s choice but no choice Termite Lark smells like the soap July 27 Leavitt He can hear the pain Lark He starts moving the colors Nonie I come into the kitchen soaking wet Termite In the basement the cold comes up Leavitt As though no time has passed July 28 Lark Rain falling across the alley Nonie Charlie insisted we go home Termite He hears the rain open and shut Leavitt Mashuhyo, mashuhyo July 31 Lark I put Termite in the wheelchair Nonie There we sat at the courthouse Termite The ragged orange cat Lola She sits by the open window
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
West Virginia -- Fiction.
Nineteen fifties -- Fiction.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Fiction.