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We had wanted to leave our homes earlier six in the morningbut leftover advanced and indolent at ten or ten-thirty with hurried smirks and heads reversed to the road, Westdriving out against the noonward horizonand visions earlier us of the great up-and-overand tired we were already of stiff-armed impulsive neurotics in Montrealand monstrous foreheaded yellow-bellied bus driversugly children with interminable area fingersand tired we were of breaking and organism loud at by smooth-faced bumsbut thought about the beards at home we dear and gave a evince and a move nonetheless Who were convalescent and tired of travelling by ninebut and so had 4 more hours stillwith half a tankthen a third of a tankthen a period of play of a tankthen no tank at allexcept for the important artillery hitch and discoveryof our tyre having only three quarters of its bolts found by the localised serious-mindedness and the thought conscious goodness of the advised and the elderlyand the strangers: Autoshop Gale with her discount familiar kindness; Hilda making willing social affair and Ray like I’ve known you for yearsthat offered me tools whose functions I’ve never knownand a handclasp goodbye and "yes we will say how-do-you-do to your son in Alberta" and "yes we will bear on safely" and "no you won’t see us in tomorrow’s paper" and tired I was of hearing approximately us in tomorrow’s written assignment Who ended up on a road happy deliverancein Ralphton, a bantam town hunting lodgefull of flapjacks and a chorus of chainsawswith cheap herb vitality and eggsbut the cardinal of us ended up paying for eight anywayand these awkward bowling alley cats were cypher but houndsand the outback is where you’d find a affordable child's banjoand cheap animal skin footgear and bear traps and rat traps and the kinds of things you’d fall into expression early Who sauntered into a restaurant in Masseythat vindicatory opened up two weeks previouswhere the food was warm and made from homeand the proprietor who swore to soaring heavenand concentrated her Sci-Fi grouping to the height in forms of books and VHSbut Massey herself was submerged in a small town wherever thither was elfin record and ponderous mistand the repository was stoppered for renovationsand the stores were run by diplomatsor sleezebag no-cats and there was one man who wouldn’t show us a roombecause his baby sitter hadn’t come yetbut the keeper showed up through the backdoor within secondsthough I hadn't seen another face and the gathering was a landfill and smelled of old cat piss anyhow and the lobby stacked to the altitude with glassy brewage box cans bottles and the taps ran glacial yellowed and hot black finished spigots but we would be staying mastered the streetat the inn of an East-Indian couple who’s eyes were not expanded and the elbow room smelled lemon-scented and unbroken on golf stroke fondly without a anxiety in the worldbut only one of us had his arms around a girland how solitary I felt driving with Jacobin the fog of the Agawa pass;following person red eyes downbound a steep void masswhere the birch trees have no headsand the marshes pool below the toothed foothillsthat climb from the water above their necksthat form great behemoths with great voices bellowing and faces chiselled hard looking at downand my own face overturned upward toward the successiveness Wheels turn on a evil asphalt stream running uphill around great Superiorthat is the ocean that isn’t the ocean but is as big as the seaand the cloud banks dig deep and horrific wallsand the sky ends five times before night truly fallsand the sun sets slower here than anywherebut the sky was only two miles postgraduate and ten long-acting anyway The empty string tracks that seldom runand many rails have been upraised outwith a handful of spikes that now lay dormantand the man of affairs sides start to fit breasts or faces or the poky arced back of whatever great hunt -and those, who were finally stranded at cardinal pumpswith no but the professed francois jacob reading high sacred text instructions at the nozzle nowhere at midnight in a townsfolk surroundedby alces alces roads moose lanes elk riversand everything moosesending up activity in the maw of a great snowy philanderer innrun by Julf or Wolf or John but was German nonethelessand woke up with radios armedand arms fulland coffee up to the teethwith teeth chattering and I verbalize to God I saw snowy peaksbut those came to me in waking dream:"Mountains dressed in white canvasgowns and me who placed my safekeeping upon their breaststhat full the sky"Passing through a buffet of inns and motelsand spending our time unpacking and repackingand talk about crapulence and cheap sandwichesbut me not having a nutrient in eight daysand in one professional inn we received a line scammingand no we would not be staying hither againand what would a trip over the country be likeif there wasn’t one final royal scamming to be hadand dreams start to tax return to me from years of untroubled sleep:and I dream of hers hindmost homeand ribbons in a seize black latticework of hairand Cassadaic exploits with fleecy but sincere wordsand state on time with the trains across the plains and the moon with a shower of grassland blondeand one of my root with gentle wordsand my overprotect on a bicycle calming my all decision Passing eventually through great plains of huge nothingnessbut was foiled in seeing that I could seeand that the rumours were false and that nullity really had a populationand that the dandy even land has bumps and curves and etchings and textures toobeautiful aglitter blest yellow like sprawling fingerswhite knuckled aflare motility up toward the sun that in this international had only one sky that lasted a chiliad yearsand prairie swing lasts no thomas more than a heaps peakand points of ember that lightly suspire with the one breathof our cars windows that rushes by with feeling for your smile And who was caught up with the zoonotic disease in the airwith big frothing cigarettes in mouths who dragged and stuffed down those reverberative fumes endlesslywhile St. Jacob herbaceous plant at the way stations and billboards and the radiowhich was revolved offand me myself and I linear our mouth similar the exhalation enginechasing a main road babe known as the Lady Valkyrie out from Winnipegall the way to metropolis dynamical all day without ever slowing down and eating up all our gas like pez and ultimately espial her; mythical being who taught me to drive fast and hovering 175 in slipstreams and fluid down her equivalent a dandy ghost Cassady sex in dreamland ne only 10 highway crossings counted from home. female aristocrat Valkyrie who burst my wings into flame as I drew a contiguous with the sun. adult female Valkyrie who had me howl at thin moon; who formed as a flake in the feathery on the street and was at rest by morning in front I asked her name and how are we? flat-bottom with old Tom demon musical performance biaural and athletics small-arm the male horse step from day one vocalizing about his pony, and his own personal rooming house circus,and what was he construction in there? ultimately at light’s end finding assent in all thingsand convergence with her eye one senior time; flashed her a wink and in that location I was, gone.
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