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JANE HUTTO : Nine Mile Road
JANE HUTTO : Harvester

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JANE HUTTO
Nine Mile Road

Nine miles they went, Uninhibited by rain, sleet or hail, Toward the woodlands and a place Where waters run clear by Mitchell's Mill Pond. It was a progressive journey Made in association with an extended Opportunity , compliments of Rose-Ella Who lived on the morningside of day. Because they had been as empty As abandoned warehouses, once over Hamilton Bridge their restoration began, But it was the security of Plainfield Crossing That led one to exclaim, as down the road Past Grandma's house they sped, "No more fabrications or associations with parfait pink Promises, and apportioned conveniences are passé." And so their journey ended, lengthy in its revelation, Though short in terms of mileage distribution. One wonders if newly found personalization indicates That opportunity symbolizes new beginnings.

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JANE HUTTO
Harvester

Because the plough handles well he guides an ancient sweepstock through furrows ankle-deep, loams sifting, ever shifting under brogan's measured step, a steady march with dobbin. His face, weather beaten from sun and wind turns skyward and he reckons the course lunar lore has dictated. Come shower, hail, blight or moonbeam, bright leaf and boll will be enough . . . south forty's yield his goal, his annual rite, a ritual well performed.

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