By Bill Lavender
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A latecomer and the intersection. everywhere along its path is the cross of one to one, the mid-point, at all stops is the intersection. kneel here and be envied - people come tumbling out of their wheelchairs. loci in the junk xylophone, the cross of metal and wood, the intersection for a sound. there, a thousand-fold resolution, people smoldering over German fires. red and black cross. the lunge of peasants or prisoners into new acts. the poor no longer plotting. a bell in the sky. this is no pen to write eyes in the mud, pushed there by strangers.
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Nothing. As far as he could recall this room had not been there before he fainted. Now, obviously as his eyes saw it, in a house he’d lived in for most of a decade, and perhaps as a result of his fainting, a new room had appeared; a room that was the only source of light in the house. His heart began to beat heavier, in rapid flurries, sweat broke out over his brow. Something impossible was happening, and he sat helpless in its full assault. Gradually he gained enough courage to rise to his feet.