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Family Reunion

Family Reunion Sunlight glints off the chrome of many cars. Cousins chatter like a flock of guineas. In the shade of oaks and maples six tables stand filled with good things to eat. Only the jars of iced tea sweat. Here the living and dead mingle like sun and shadow under old trees. For the dead have come too, those dark, stern departed who pose all year in oval picture frames. They are looking out of the eyes of children, young sprouts whose laughter blooms fresh as the new flowers in the graveyard. JIM WAYNE MILLER FALL 1984 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Appalachian Review University of North Carolina Press

Family Reunion

Appalachian Review , Volume 45 (3) – Mar 16, 2018

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © Berea College
ISSN
1940-5081

Abstract

Sunlight glints off the chrome of many cars. Cousins chatter like a flock of guineas. In the shade of oaks and maples six tables stand filled with good things to eat. Only the jars of iced tea sweat. Here the living and dead mingle like sun and shadow under old trees. For the dead have come too, those dark, stern departed who pose all year in oval picture frames. They are looking out of the eyes of children, young sprouts whose laughter blooms fresh as the new flowers in the graveyard. JIM WAYNE MILLER FALL 1984

Journal

Appalachian ReviewUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Mar 16, 2018

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