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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 5 May 2005 to 6 May 2005 (#2005-126)



Maybe the "here" represents the writer's state of mind, and everything
mentioned is a metaphor of some kind.  Or it could be a dream that's being
recounted.

Rand


on 5/7/05 11:04 AM, Alice Simpson at DanceMarathon1@xxxxxxx wrote:

> When writing of an event, storms, marshes, beaches, egrets, ibises or herons,
> and especially alligators, please give a location.
> Thanks,
> Alice
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>> From:    wendy hale davis <worldbridger@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Subject: Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 4 May 2005 to 5 May 2005 (#2005-125)
>> 
>> It's been storming here yesterday and today. Not much fun for the old
>> folks, who don't want to go out in it, but I did walk out on the
>> boardwalk to the beach and watch the waves crashing in last night.
>> 
>> The development in the marshes in back of the house we stay in, a
>> rather fearsome amount of development, has, I fear, scared off all the
>> wonderful birds that used to live there. I've heard no clapper rails,
>> and seen few egrets, ibises or herons. Haven't seen any alligators,
>> either, but there are only three places here where I've ever seen them
>> and I haven't been to any of them this week.
>> 
>> Will put on a poncho and go out looking today, wind and rain or no!
>> w
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