Excerpt from The Carolina Magazine, Vol. 57: October, 1926-May, 1927
As the moments multiplied he was conscious of being strangely alone and proceeded, quite innocently, to tap on the table with the green check.
His vigilant eyes escaped the glare of the frosted window. Indeed, only vaguely, negligibly, was he cognizant of the Shadows - impish brats oh the drowsy street outside.
A fat Russian girl - broad-faced, red - lipped, sensual - was a symbol of the strayed lamb, and loved Spicy Negro food. As she buried her head in the plate, her sheared locks, dark as a raven's, fell straight forward obscuring the lower portion of her face. But perhaps that was just as well for there were ﬂame Spots on it making it unseemingly lewd.
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