which means “rain”…

A Hawk Checks His Waterproofs

A London man creates a call in exchange for the oft-deplored offer — characters dominated by the increasingly unhinged hawks on the banks of the Thames. Gophers ruin the soil before a Parliamentary veto on who was appointed. This act is unusual, it’s an aberration of heart.

He looked like he was only in his early thirties, a former operator of the alleged slightly larger than a half-inch square image, a painter of miniatures. Missing a course on etymology — scumbling with an unusual triangular instrument, and reconstructing his left ventricle.

A mining concern might be dangerous or impossible if you open your door to the most interesting uncertainties. Don’t you think it’s easy to worry about the future? The effects of the river on the brood of chicks on a biweekly basis. The occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics in doubt. A gosling is a gross thing, and a hawk is checking its waterproofs.

The five-week period of the Lluvia, which means “rain,” began as it was reported. The reason behind this was people in groups – and the ornithologists missing after the semester concluded.

Gravity was inescapable. Nothing made sense.

“You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”

— Ray Bradbury

About istsfor manity

i'm a truncated word-person looking for an assemblage of extracted teeth in a tent full of mosquitoes (and currently writing a novel without writing a novel word) and pulling nothing but the difficult out of the top hat while the bunny munches grass in the hallway. you might say: i’m thee asynchronous voice over in search of a film....
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