Excerpts From You Can Come Back - Poem by Robyn Runyan
. . ."Earl felt proud of his son, this his eldest. Subconsciously he probably projected blame for the mother's death on the second son and there was never any bond between them . . ."
. . ."This is Indian country indictade by its name, legends, and a few inhabitants. The old town is Temeoula, called 'the crossroads, where yesterday greets tomorrow'. Temeku was its Indian name meaning 'where the sun meets the rising mists'."
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