Child of the Enemy, and: Intermurals, and: Whitsunday, and: Whitsunday, and: "Who Lit This Flame in Us?", and: "If I Don't Meet You in This Life, Let Me Feel the Lack."

Child of the Enemy, and: Intermurals, and: Whitsunday, and: Whitsunday, and: "Who Lit This Flame... CHILD OF THE ENEMYIAmy Quart Barry I've seen thousands of Amerasians, and I have two Amerasian [children] of my own. Amerasians are wUlful and stubborn. They have serious identity problems. They have no discipline. Down the street at the Floating Hotel you'U find Amerasian prostitutes plying their mothers' trade. I think there's a racial thing here, something genetic. --a former American soldier, as quoted in Vietnamerica i. night terror It started when I was four. Vacation. Door County, Wisconsin. The alewives rippling on the rocks Uke a flock of birds, the sudden knowledge growing like a toll. Then I couldn't have articulated it, but I knew. It wasn't the beached fish that frightened me. It was the ones that got away, far away under the wreck of water. The ones that survived by fleeing, kin left rotting on the shore. ii. twenty years later Someone who had been there a natural life sentence) (and now incidentally is serving told you it wasn't all about killing. Don't ever believe you weren't conceived in love. You take his word for it like an miago splitting the shell, each wet wing a voice purged and steeling. The Missouri Review · 25 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

Child of the Enemy, and: Intermurals, and: Whitsunday, and: Whitsunday, and: "Who Lit This Flame in Us?", and: "If I Don't Meet You in This Life, Let Me Feel the Lack."

The Missouri Review, Volume 23 (2) – Oct 5, 2000

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CHILD OF THE ENEMYIAmy Quart Barry I've seen thousands of Amerasians, and I have two Amerasian [children] of my own. Amerasians are wUlful and stubborn. They have serious identity problems. They have no discipline. Down the street at the Floating Hotel you'U find Amerasian prostitutes plying their mothers' trade. I think there's a racial thing here, something genetic. --a former American soldier, as quoted in Vietnamerica i. night terror It started when I was four. Vacation. Door County, Wisconsin. The alewives rippling on the rocks Uke a flock of birds, the sudden knowledge growing like a toll. Then I couldn't have articulated it, but I knew. It wasn't the beached fish that frightened me. It was the ones that got away, far away under the wreck of water. The ones that survived by fleeing, kin left rotting on the shore. ii. twenty years later Someone who had been there a natural life sentence) (and now incidentally is serving told you it wasn't all about killing. Don't ever believe you weren't conceived in love. You take his word for it like an miago splitting the shell, each wet wing a voice purged and steeling. The Missouri Review · 25

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