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In the Sound

In the Sound

of the early
sixties, my future
father-in-law fished
for perch that his
grandmother would scale, filet,
and fry. In the company of five
siblings, he forked the
hot fish hauled cold
from the cove
only minutes
before.

In the Sound

In the Sound

of the early
sixties, my future
father-in-law fished
for perch that his
grandmother would scale, filet,
and fry. In the company of five
siblings, he forked the
hot fish hauled cold
from the cove
only minutes
before.

Kelly Martineau, Seattle

 
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