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Christianity and Literature 466 Backyard Grapes There’s the cartoon of sitting out on a limb sawing yourself off. You do need to hold the stem close to the grapes and cut higher up— don’t laugh, I am spatially challenged. Go in for a colander, then another. September—the grapes are cobwebbed now, Each bunch plump at the top but dangling to a point in moist raisins. While in the house, answer the phone— church, where the grapes are bound tomorrow. The once bright green, leathery leaves are a lighter green now, half-crackly brown. So many, the pearl sky turns to night. Stay up late, rinsing and laying them out on dish towels spread on cracked kitchen tile. Ferry striped spiders back to the vine. Janet Nippell ...


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