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2017-09-11 01:46 pm (UTC)
we saw a huge copper-red half-moon laying down faint gold on the night-crimped water and exclaimed out loud, Eventually we parked by the causeway, walked out onto the wet sand that must have been the furthest ebb of the tide because it ran out far into Nahant Bay, cobbled with half-shells and tangled strands of seaweed and a living clam which I lifted from the surf to show Rush-That-Speaks, who had never held one before. It was cold and heavy, larger than my fist, the sea's wet, ruffled heart.
Thank you for making me see and feel it.
and decorative strands of corn silk, which Rush and I both accidentally ate before realizing they were not strictly speaking food
--this made me smile. I feel like the corn silk may have bestowed some special power upon you both.
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