“Foreign Land” by Pete Sipchen

Always, when I saw the boy Salmos away from St. Agnes Catholic School, he was in his backyard. Always, he lay on his side in the shaggy bed of bluegrass, one ear cuddled to the ground as if listening to the earth breathe. But he wasn’t listening. He was looking, as closely as a suitor looks into the eyes of his intended.

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