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ARDOR Literary Magazine - Issue Three, September 2013

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GERMAN WILD ISSUE THREE but transported to Idaho, watched by a doctor from India, he lives supported by tubes and machines. Gentle care for two weeks prepares him for civilization, and he flies home though he never encountered a buffalo or cowboy or prairie dog or grizzly. Because he blundered into the big, his eyes have grown huge, though somewhere vague in a glass tower with miles of poisoned carpet a corporation with suits living in herds can't forget a rental car on a closed road smothered by four feet of snow. Incapable of understanding the power of thick winter, they phone in plows to clear the road and free their property. In the far distance a crowd of crows notes movement in thin mountain air, and a moose as curious leader emerges with her calves to explore the new trail. The Lake RACHEL BURGESS 53 | ARDOR

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