bound for a hanging high, improbably high, in the trees

August 21, 2013 § Leave a comment

Following the cue of a friend who expressed to me a similar sentiment, I affirmed that I also perhaps too regularly read this section of Omensetter’s Luck, where Henry Pimber walks into the woods and names the trees, like the first goddamned, depressed Adam, bound for a hanging high, improbably high, in the trees.

And in that spirit, I re-post this:

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