Friday, February 4, 2011

Tending the Classics- 42 Days with Huck Finn:15-42




Huck's Experience in the Fog



The lone star Ohio- free State,
we yearn, free, but are Shot into
fog.

Shapes pass: a barn owl/a man,
Hoots and whimpers into
night.

The Big trees cast ghosts near the shore,
it's darn lonely drifting by and by, into
silence.


My poetry to the stories are not going to tell you the whole yarn.  So I may take out parts in order to focus on an impression, so enjoy the poetry and then read the chapter if you want.

http://www.literature.org/authors/twain-mark/huckleberry/chapter-15.html

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