SWANS OF BIRCH HARBOR William Plante

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SWANS OF BIRCH HARBOR  by  William Plante

SWANS OF BIRCH HARBOR by William Plante
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A girl born and raised in the resort town of Birch Harbor is affectionately called a Swan. It is distressful to suggest there is a killer among the lovely, lissome creatures.One swan, Jolais, has an affinity for gypsies, wearing clothes in circusMoreA girl born and raised in the resort town of Birch Harbor is affectionately called a Swan.

It is distressful to suggest there is a killer among the lovely, lissome creatures.One swan, Jolais, has an affinity for gypsies, wearing clothes in circus background colors, happy to clash. She desires a man in her galaxy who will bring her flowers, discuss isms for hours and cause her to sing in the shower.

Theyll have toothpaste kisses in the morning, display their fangs at night.Brynne is a fluttering butterfly in a bay window, flowing white curtains dance about her white pajamas. A man, across the way, asks May I take a picture of you?She smiles, In my pajamas? I look like an asylum inmate.No, you look terrific. He swung the camera towards her, an aura of provocative innocence about her. He felt a rush.Burgundy wore white, her dog is black, named Bourbon.

They jogged along the shore. The run, not for exercise, an ample four hour dose will be forthcoming later in the morning. She, a tennis instructor, he retrieves the balls. Their dawn mission is teaching seagulls, two miles away on the sand, who owns the beach.The girl and her dog reach the waterfront. Something is amiss, no seagulls on the beach to chase off. The swan sits on a bench. Her black Labrador has his eyes on a pretty Lab a few benches away next to a man. She said Bourbon, you know how to pick them.She heard the man, Bourbon, her name is Aida, after Verdi,s Egyptian Queen, tell your lovely mistress my name is John, after the saint.Rebecca, also a swan, said to a man, Its nice to meet you.He said, Wonderful to meet you Rebecca.

Should we go on the dance floor, smash together, see how we fit, make the necessary adjustments and dance?She took him at his word and collided.The man held the girl in the typical dance position. The two were cheek to cheek. He stepped off with his left foot, she remained stationary. He moved his right foot. She stayed fixed to the floor. He couldnt budge her.He said, Excuse me, but I think you have to take your gear out of park.The swan said, Sorry, but I dont move when I dance.You dont move?

What do you do?Idle.Idle? How is that performed?We press close, not moving our arms or feet, idle our engines, while synchronizing our hips to sway back and forth together.He tried it, This is exceedingly provocative, are you sure?Its only dancing.I like it, but hope I wont be expelled from the club for conduct unbecoming a gentleman.You wont, as long as you dont put your engine into gear.These girls and others in Birch Harbor enjoyed the company of their men, one of whom would kill a swan.



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