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Page 5 But yousans a Leonwho knows? Hell, my friend, I've thought of six or eight, counting acetone and putty. Don't guess this helps. Or there. Get a tattoo. An assumption. e. there were some poems, small but bright enough to show up in the oil pan on Sunday afternoons; or they filled holes when I countersunk screws on my shelves late. Not then. That day he would not wonder what he would be doing had he stayed east, played a long run in The Man Who Was, or Peck's Bad Boy with the Chicago Play Company.
Her free hand Page 29 says, Who do you think you are? You're scaring her. We didn't come here for this. She shifts the towels and Mae West. The women go back to their original plan, walking the edge of the water. A debriefing. Their orders arrive. Like men in restaurants everywhere, they look at their food as if they can't remember what they ordered. Then they begin, picking at their Captain's Platter, salvaging what they can of what their families were saying. He has not asked where they hid huddled, breathlessfrom him.
E. there were some poems, small but bright enough to show up in the oil pan on Sunday afternoons; or they filled holes when I countersunk screws on my shelves late. Not then. That day he would not wonder what he would be doing had he stayed east, played a long run in The Man Who Was, or Peck's Bad Boy with the Chicago Play Company. Or maybe not. And maybe that is what is: Not to think about the life you aren't living for the dullard down south you don't know, and how he didn't hear of how you didn't growl one day.
American crawl: poems by Paul Allen