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happiness is a stray west-indian dog (shala monroque)

Posted on April 01 2012

“After the convulsions of rainstorms, of tropical depressions, the sun worried its way through thick grey clouds, like a cigarette burn in his blanket.  The clouds burned away.  The sun came out full.  Heat sucked up the puddles in the asphalt.  The trees shook themselves like wet dogs.  Everything, after involuntary shudders, from chickens to the seminal drops on the electric wires, returned to it’s normal, sunlit sadness.  A season passed, wet then dry.”

-Derek Walcott 

Cafe Martinique from the book “What the twighlight says”

-photo: stray dog 2010 shala monroque

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