Thursday, August 05, 2010

Twist of Rawhide

He was a broken-down old man, a twist of rawhide. His face, especially, was an archaeology in itself. He had broken horses all his life, and not a few of them had broken him. The leading edge of a dream was moving like a distant, migrant bird across his eyes.

---The Ancient Child by N. Scott Momaday


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