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Involved With This Light, and: All Truth Must Conform to Music, and: The Woman Too Large for the Chair, and: Scandals

Involved With This Light, and: All Truth Must Conform to Music, and: The Woman Too Large for the... INVOLVED WITH THIS LIGHT / Maureen Seaton "What do God and the man who fought in the Czechoslovakian army and built an airstrip for UFOs in his backyard have in common?" --My father A rare chUd, age 15, escapes from rationed smokes and nurses where she recently locked herself in, beneath her U2 t-shirt, heavy with music. I receive the caU has never been duU. clasping panda and pink toothbrush at dinner and think: This family Tm reading Fowles on Wistman's Wood-- a chaos so green it heals-- and Diebenkorn's paintings from left to right on Ught without boundaries. What has my father to do with God or the man who fought in the Czechoslovakian army? He no longer drinks gin and when he did he almost küled me. Now he laughs and rents R-rated films for his grandchUdren whüe their parents shop unaware at malls, wonder later at the wide vocabularies of their baby girls and boys, the way chUdren slip under without warning. Before this comfort in chaos, before Diebenkorn's cities on the brink As recently as Thursday, whüe my daughter hitch-hiked home with bear and brush, of ocean, I often despaired. I despaired for one http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

Involved With This Light, and: All Truth Must Conform to Music, and: The Woman Too Large for the Chair, and: Scandals

The Missouri Review , Volume 13 (3) – Oct 5, 1991

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INVOLVED WITH THIS LIGHT / Maureen Seaton "What do God and the man who fought in the Czechoslovakian army and built an airstrip for UFOs in his backyard have in common?" --My father A rare chUd, age 15, escapes from rationed smokes and nurses where she recently locked herself in, beneath her U2 t-shirt, heavy with music. I receive the caU has never been duU. clasping panda and pink toothbrush at dinner and think: This family Tm reading Fowles on Wistman's Wood-- a chaos so green it heals-- and Diebenkorn's paintings from left to right on Ught without boundaries. What has my father to do with God or the man who fought in the Czechoslovakian army? He no longer drinks gin and when he did he almost küled me. Now he laughs and rents R-rated films for his grandchUdren whüe their parents shop unaware at malls, wonder later at the wide vocabularies of their baby girls and boys, the way chUdren slip under without warning. Before this comfort in chaos, before Diebenkorn's cities on the brink As recently as Thursday, whüe my daughter hitch-hiked home with bear and brush, of ocean, I often despaired. I despaired for one

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The Missouri ReviewUniversity of Missouri

Published: Oct 5, 1991

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