By Rob Swigart
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Fine. Well. And, ah, here's one of our other guests now, Mr. Sox, Mrs. " His voice was cool oil, soothing and anesthetizing the two of them. A large young girl moved shyly forward from a dark table where she had evidently been signing the guest register. The suitcases from the limousine stood beside the table. "Miss Sparrow," said the man with the beret, "this is Mr. and Mrs. Sox, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Sox, this is Miss Sparrow, from Chicago. I'm sure you'll both enjoy each other's company during your stay here at the Crystal Grape.
Grandfather Moses looked like a human varicose vein: clotted, dilated, knotted and torturous. By comparison, Grandma Moses was a walking metaphor for health. " he repeated. "It's nothing, Dad," Wanita told him. "Mother just came in and called us disgusting. " Grandma Moses was examining the wall next to the kitchen door, chortling calmly to herself. She seemed to have forgotten entirely about the group in the kitchen with her. "Bang bang bang," shouted little Jimmy. He raced through the kitchen waving his cap pistol, firing it several times.
She served corned beef hash for dinner and fruit cocktail for dessert. Grandma Moses prodded the hash with her fork, but before she could open her toothless mouth, all three kids shouted "Disgusting" in unison and collapsed into hysterical, helpless laughter. She snapped her gums together and glared at them. " No one answered. Virge shoveled enormous gobs of food into his mouth, which he chewed noisily and gulped down. He was in a rush. "Avery landed today," Grandfather Moses remarked. Virgil didn't answer him, either.
Aka: A Cosmic Fable by Rob Swigart