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(The Original) The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky

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  • Sales Rank:1,556,221
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:40
  • Publication Date:October 3, 2010
  • ASIN:B0045U9SCW

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The great Pullman was whirling onward with such dignity of motion that a glance from the window seemed simply to prove that the plains of Texas were pouring eastward. Vast flats of green grass, dull-hued spaces of mesquite and cactus, little groups of frame houses, woods of light and tender trees, all were sweeping into the east, sweeping over the horizon, a precipice.
A newly married pair had boarded this coach at San Antonio. The man's face was reddened from many days in the wind and sun, and a direct result of his new black clothes was that his brick-colored hands were constantly performing in a most conscious fashion. From time to time he looked down respectfully at his attire. He sat with a hand on each knee, like a man waiting in a barber's shop. The glances he devoted to other passengers were furtive and shy.


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