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: im- ' ]- i i ' •i(i ' ii( ]:i;i i:(iiv 1 1 ,M ' ' B t Mlll« " = ' C " 1 •4 ] ra - ■ ■ - ■■v-: 1 ' -i -.L -S !i ?l A ' j !k rc - ' |g r Bfe ft ' i| c .,m ■■ J k ' ■ shoes were too big and his crown was wet and lopsided but nevertheless, he began to speak in the most meaningful way. " Frank, " he be- gan, " Mr. Dylan has come out with a new record. This record of course features none but his own songs and we understand that you ' re the key. " " That ' s right, " said Frank, " I am. " " Well then, " said the king in a bit of ex- citement, " could you please open it up for us? " Frank, whom all this time had been reclining with his eyes closed, suddenly opened them both up as wide as a tiger. " And just how far would you like to go in? " he asked and the three kings all looked at each other. " Not too far but just far enough so ' s we can say that we ' ve been there, " said the first chief. " All right, " said Frank, " I ' ll see what I can do, " and he commenced to doing it. First of all, he sat down and crossed his legs, then he sprung up, ripped off his shirt and began waving it in the air. A lightbulb fell from one of his pockets and he stamped it out with his foot. Then he took a deep breath, moaned and punched his fist through the plate glass window. Settling back in his chair, he pulled out a knife, " Far enough? " he asked. " Yeah, sure, Frank, " said the second king. The third king just shook his head and said he didn ' t know. The first king re- r W - " I I
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m u u n fi " Get up off my floor! " shouted Frank. The second king, who was first to rise, mumbled, " Where ' s the better half, Frank? " Frank, who was in no mood for jokes, took it lightly, re- plied, " She ' s in the back of the house, flam- ing it up with an arrogant man, now come on, out with it, what ' s on our little minds today? " Nobody answered. Terry Shute then entered the room with a bang, looking the three kings over and fond- ling his mop. Getting down to the source of things, he proudly boasted; " There is a creeping consumption in the land. It begins with these three fellas and it travels outward. Never in my life have I seen such a motley crew. They ask nothing and they receive nothing. Forgiveness is not in them. The wil- derness is rotten all over their foreheads. They scorn the widow and abuse the child but I am afraid that they shall not prevail over the young man ' s destiny, not even them! " Frank turned with a blast, " Get out of here, you ragged man! Come ye no more! " Terry left the room willingly. " What seems to be the problem? " Frank turned back to the three kings who were asto- nished. The first king cleared his throat. His Puerto l llull ••t ilii-M.MiM-»t I n
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.1 mained silent. The door opened and Vera stepped in. " Terry Shute will be leaving us soon and he desires to know if you kings got any gifts you wanna lay on him. " Nobody an- swered. It was just before the break of day and the three kings were tumbling along the road. The first one ' s nose had been mysteriously fixed, the second one ' s arm had healed and the third one was rich. All three of them were blowing horns. " I ' ve never been so happy in all my life! " sang the one with all the money. " Oh mighty thing! " said Vera to Frank, " Why didn ' t you just tell them you were a moderate man and leave it at that instead of goosing yourself all over the room? " " Patience, Vera, " said Frank. Terry Shute, who was sitting over by the curtain cleaning an axe, climbed to his feet, walked over to Vera ' s husband and placed his hand on his shoulder, " Yuh didn ' t hurt yer hand, didja Frank? " Frank just sat there watching the workmen replace the win- dow, " I don ' t believe so, " he said. —Found on the back of a Bob Dylan album. :fiY «;. 41-AV Mei ' ii(o:i;iii:(iiv J
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