Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Great Regulars: So with such a shining reputation

for accomplishment, the judge again poses his demand/question: How does it happen, tell me." He then completes the question for he wants to know why he is left to "lie here unmarked, forgotten."

And to make matters worse, that "town drunkard" and scoundrel, "Chase Henry," has been afforded "a marble block, topped by an urn."

from Linda Sue Grimes: Suite101.com: Masters' Judge Somers


The second movement includes the drama of the waves as they appear "out of the shadows"; he calls them "milk-white combs" as they come "careering." He then observes that over the "beachy slush" there are "sand spirts of snow" that come in "slanting" as they move inland.

The storm creates a murkiness through which "the easterly death-wind" comes "breasting."

from Linda Sue Grimes: Suite101.com: Whitman's Patroling Barnegat


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