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The Devil's Sonata Just As A Theme Played By The Devil In A Dream Was Turned Into A Sonata, In THE DEVIL S SONATA Day To Day Observations Are Turned Into Poems In David Chorlton S Seventh Book Of Poetry, The Desert Climate Of The Southwest Is Often The Supporting Theme In Work That Speaks For Animals As Well As A Humans And The Land Itself


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    We are the publisher, so all of our authors get five stars from us Excerpts WOLF POLITICSThe wolf, having insufficient vocabularybeyond the calls that leave a trailof silver in the air, cannot understandwhen it is spoken of as being expendable.The wolf is a social animaland has no room in its pack for divisionbetween parties It takeswhat it needs but never has anythingleft to collect interest Wolf timeis the present moment, making platformsor agendas irrelevant To the wolf,a kill is never ve We are the publisher, so all of our authors get five stars from us Excerpts WOLF POLITICSThe wolf, having insufficient vocabularybeyond the calls that leave a trailof silver in the air, cannot understandwhen it is spoken of as being expendable.The wolf is a social animaland has no room in its pack for divisionbetween parties It takeswhat it needs but never has anythingleft to collect interest Wolf timeis the present moment, making platformsor agendas irrelevant To the wolf,a kill is never veiledin political justification It does notfirst deliberate, and afterwardspretend remorse A wolfdoesn t know its rangeis disappearing untilthere isn t anywhere to gowhen it runs to the end of its breath.Wolves have not romanticized their freedom,they just hold onto as much of it as they can.It isn t easywhen politics comes downto trading them away in a dealfrom which nobodycan vote them back to life.ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN DEGREESWe can t see the desert from the citybut we feel iton days like today when the temperatureat ten a.m is a hundreddry degrees promising troublelater on After the hundred and tenat noon, everybody countseach additional degree all the wayto the day s high as ifat this point extra heatmakes any difference,while we could be talkingabout onecandidate for the presidencybeing intolerable, bemoaningevery new cut in spending for schoolsor lamenting the latestcasualty in the foreign war Keepingto the weather makes for calmconversation between strangers, holding usback from, for instance, discussingclimate change and polar bearsand questioning whatthe loss of onewould mean.Such talk would be a waste of time You d haveto ask the polar bear The Dow went up one hundred and forty five pointstoday, while the heatremained as it has beenand will bethrough the coming cloudless daysduring which the forecasters will indicateon a map of the statewhich forests are burningand which can yet be savedwhen the monsoon begins It s easy to measurelosses and gainswhen numbers stand in linefor an easy overview,the way rainfall amounts would be shownif there were any, but by the endof the dry seasonthere is no index to showwhether junipers or oakswent down most in the fires Days like this come every summer,setting recordsfor next year to beat.We ll be waitingwith a garden hose to keep the trees aliveand pouring wateron the vines Nothing muchwill change leaves will curlat their edges, plantings will be limp,and when sparrows bathein the dust, it will cloud up and sparklelike drops of thirst in the light