The Great Fires1994Every morning the sad girl brings her three sheepand two lambs laggardly to the top of the valley,past my stone hut and onto the mountain to graze.She turned twelve last year and it was legalfor the father to take her out of school. She knowsher life is over. The sadness makes her fine,makes me happy. Her old red sweater makesthe whole valley ring, makes my solitude gleam.I watch from hiding for her sake. Knowing I amthere is hard on her, but it is the focus of her days.She always looks down or looks away as she passesin the evening. Except sometimes when, just beforegoing out of sight behind the distant canebrake,she looks quickly back. It is too far for me to see,but there is a moment of white if she turns her face.
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