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' When I lived in the East the summer brought fishing and hermit crabbing,
humidity and fireflies, Scott's brokenmufflersportscar and sappy willow
trees. I used to go to Karen's house and play cards. Sometimes we would go
to the boywiththetramp.oline's house across the swamp. I never knew .his
name, but just followed Karen. We would ride our bikes or roller skate to
Cuffs, 'the candy store with the owner that hated kids. We could catch .bees jx
with our bare hands in the clover. We played Croquet but Karen always won. tix--
I think 'the game was rigged. I'd' climb to the top of Pat's ropeswing which i
swung out over the fifteen foot hedge that attempted to keep us from the up I
Crabby CVIIUS house 'next door. I played at the eight English boys' -house , .
which always smelled like disinfectant so I didn't ever stay very. long. T
One Summer a forty, foot boat crashed on the beach and all the kids
salvaged it. Candy got us to carry the mast to her ho-use for her raven to
perch on. Thlen' some boys took the toilet 7 and, finally, the firemen came one
brightnight. They lit some fireworks and burned down the boat. The flames
played tag way up in the sky and the Good Humor Man's bell came tinkling
around the cornerand my dad wo'uldn"t letme have anice cream. I had to go
to bed because I wasn't a "big girl. "I cried all night and I 'll never forget it. I
' 15 Harriet King
Margaret Mary Tracy
I .s .', , f 4' Q- ' than at plain Margaret. She and her mother were the type of people who,
I when you walked into their house, made you wash your hands, wipe your
feet, and would, if you touched the walls, beat you. She was the kind of
person who, 'when we made mud pies, would run in the .house and get her
mother's rubber gloves. Margaret Mary Tracy was always getting sick.
Because of that she had bags under her eyes. But the one thing that could
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? ' 4 drive anyone up the walls was her mother's thing about paper. If you went
is Q' into the bathroom and didn't rip the toilet paper along the dotted line you
ll I wereseverely beaten. Her mother would give you the "Tear the Paper on the
tl Dotted Line" speech. My favorite' line out of that speech was, "If God wanted
l g g us to tear it in the middle I-Ie wouldnt have madedotted lines."
9 4-cv F For eleven years I floundered through all the complaining about my dirty
feet and my dirty hands, but I 'm glad torsay that not one bit of it rubbed off
The Pocket Bannin Buechert
I am alittle pocket. I carry things, you see.
But someone stuck his finger in and poked a holein me.
I carryrdimes and nickles, keys and candies too, '
Odds n' ends like rings and things, to mention just a. few. ga la
Nowthat the-hole has happened, there's nothingmore to do.
I really am quite sad, 'cause thepants I fm in are new. X ' U I
Iune Treanor T
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he couldntt help noticing the imaginary marker near the end of the sandpit, L'
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the marker that had to be passed. He took one lastdeep breath and readied r. 4,
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past the marker.
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forward tojgive himself moredistance. Landing, he looked back. I I VS ' s
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Waiting to be opened and burned,
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, 1 all With golden poppies in, their midst?
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Maroon, Maroon, Maroon 'theirains
On some deserted sands.
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