Saturday, August 30, 2008

The Unionville Chronicles

Twenty-third Canto





By popular demand, Old Mule is back for a reading. To hear it, click on Coyote (above.) Thanks, brother mule.





Click on Crow to read along.

5 comments:

weirsdo said...

Coyotes are having the last word, though. They coexist with us better than crows, wolves, or foxes, and I just read that as coyotes come east, they are getting bigger and taking over the wolves' ecological niche.

Doug said...

Weirsdo, I had no idea. The niche out here in the desert is driving beagles crazy.

Ariel the Thief said...

The only problem with a golden calf is that you cannot eat it.

It is funny that what Coyote was working on from outside for so long was done from inside overnight. I am sure Twyla's heart was bleeding for the horses.

This story ended so fast. Good thing Mule is reading so slowly. Good choice.

Doug said...

True, Ariel. Mule reads like a shot of vitamins into a corpse's arm.

Ariel the Thief said...

Well, truth is in the vineyard.