FLAGS FLUTTERING (REMEMBER YOUR ANCESTORS)

BY CARL WATTS I Without a salaam or ceremony, hole of the rock, other following him; brightness washed from a winter swimmer as peoples made small, finely chipped arrowheads. Skiffs scuffed to look sufficiently skiff, mottled globe to a continent of glaring peaks nearer and nearer the beholder, translated from one world to another. Utterly … Continue reading FLAGS FLUTTERING (REMEMBER YOUR ANCESTORS)