The Equinox Wrapper

The Equinox Wrapper THE EQUINOX WRAPFERV Somewhere in Nth Georgia. Sir: Sept. 21 I was there at the death of your dead boy Clinch and though I did not see his killing, me and your dead boy killed for 2 days here in Nth Georgia, but your Clinch Uved only 1 and 1 half days of it, him face our state's Major-General John Bell Hood--that was the 2nd day-- he faced me and spoke: LOOK ABOUT, COG, THAT IS MY MACHINE YOU SPIN INSIDE SEE HOW MUCH EQUALITY CAN YOU FIND HOW MUCH BALANCE YOU SPECK, SIR, YOU CANNOT BALANCE YOUR OWN SELF, WHY CAN YOU NOT BE MORE LIKE YOUR DEAD COMPANION THE VEXATIOUS CLINCH? denouncing the while till he met his end. During this time I saw face to I gave him a Yes, Sir, for I knew he was correct, it was like he wrote my Ufe on a grain. It was your dead boy, not me, who had the Brave Part of this campaign, I am nothing greater than the one who survived it, and I have him to thank for getting me through, and for that I am on hands and knees and also writing and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

The Equinox Wrapper

The Missouri Review, Volume 22 (2) – Oct 5, 1999

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THE EQUINOX WRAPFERV Somewhere in Nth Georgia. Sir: Sept. 21 I was there at the death of your dead boy Clinch and though I did not see his killing, me and your dead boy killed for 2 days here in Nth Georgia, but your Clinch Uved only 1 and 1 half days of it, him face our state's Major-General John Bell Hood--that was the 2nd day-- he faced me and spoke: LOOK ABOUT, COG, THAT IS MY MACHINE YOU SPIN INSIDE SEE HOW MUCH EQUALITY CAN YOU FIND HOW MUCH BALANCE YOU SPECK, SIR, YOU CANNOT BALANCE YOUR OWN SELF, WHY CAN YOU NOT BE MORE LIKE YOUR DEAD COMPANION THE VEXATIOUS CLINCH? denouncing the while till he met his end. During this time I saw face to I gave him a Yes, Sir, for I knew he was correct, it was like he wrote my Ufe on a grain. It was your dead boy, not me, who had the Brave Part of this campaign, I am nothing greater than the one who survived it, and I have him to thank for getting me through, and for that I am on hands and knees and also writing and

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The Missouri ReviewUniversity of Missouri

Published: Oct 5, 1999

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