DEDOS AND HE LOOKED at each other only once when the couple strolled out of the ruin and then along the dusty road through the market. The camera was still in its case around her neck, while the man carried a blue nylon bag slung from figures they had just seen. The two young men stayed twenty yards back, apparently his shoulder. They were talking animatedly about the great stone idling away the afternoon. Children they knew called out and ran alongside, grinning and teasing. Some of the market women muttered and glared, but the two men only bowed mockingly at these old crones, who brooded all day long above the dark toadstools of their voluminous skirts, surrounded by plastic buckets or sacks of coarse-ground corn, heaps of sweaters or small replicas of the gods inside the ruin. examine a blanket. "I could camp a long time in that quebradita." The woman's blouse had pulled away from her belt, exposing a strip of skin just at the beginning of the soft ravine between her compact buttocks. She was not a bright blonde, a Hollywood, but wonderful all the same. She had the amazing small breasts of all the
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1989
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