creative Writing birdhouse 65 by Jim Dredged from the floor of the Atchafalaya basin, sunken cypress is still valuable. trees that once held homes for birds high above alligator waters reclaim their identity through Jim. he dries out the wood as if it cries out all those tears dating back decades, lines them up, shapes them with saw, screws them together with gripping steel, drills the doorway hole to save the birds from all the work. he gave number sixty-five to me as a gift for a friend. no payment, just a handshake. it has found its new home on a pine in Wisconsin winter, drenched with snow instead of louisiana sun, sparrows finding a home. James reitter James reitter is Assistant Professor of english at the university of Wisconsin-Sheboygan Journal of American Folklore 124(494):317 Copyright © 2011 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois
Journal of American Folklore – American Folklore Society
Published: Oct 26, 2011
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