OOSH / Sydney Lea --Why is the land ruined and laid waste like a wilderness ... ? (Jeremiah 9:10) What was it that he voiced? Perhaps the rush of sustenance he felt and heard. This oosh: throughout his first full year of life, elapsed, his nonce-word, nonce-sound, nonsense brought the breast. In any hour he had but to decide to draw the shirt or shawl or blouse aside. Oosh. To say it also meant to be just where he meant to be. And just so we are jaunty when the pleasurable obtains in things that are both needful and routine: come Sunday, reeking garbage cans to load, I find I fairly bounce out on my toes to drive down to the dump, since there I find, as I expect, the same old neighbors, friends. We group and gaze into the barrel fire that Charlie keeps. We call him "Mr. Mayor," benign custodian of the dump, because of all our townsfolk he's most recognized. . . . Weather, town, and team, just this and that-- a tribe, it seems, we stamp our feet and chat a while, and then disperse into our lives, fathers, husbands, children, mothers, wives. It's
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1987
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