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July 2013, vol 9, no 2

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Ryan Jessup


this morning out on the big hill behind the house the fresh pine needles in the dry flower bed appear to have been disheveled by the summer wind until a large black snake surfaces out of the cool ground like an evil act from a dark past only to enjoy the sunlight
for a moment before gently wrapping itself around a yellow-green juniper bush and then heading back underground to carry out its life in secret

another sunny day
and still what do I know
about the shadows