It would perhaps not be amiss to point out that he had always tried to be a good dog. He had tried to do all the things his MAN and his WOMAN, and most of all his BOY, had asked or expected of him. He would have died for them, if that had been required. He had never wanted to kill anybody. He had been struck by something, possibly destiny, or fate, or only a degenerative nerve disease called rabies. Free will was not a factor.
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Superstition, like true love, needs time to grow and reflect upon itself.
Far away, through the gash that led the way into the mountains, he heard the thick mouth of the perpetual thunder.
On the day of my judgment, when I stand before God, and He asks me why did I kill one of his true miracles, what am I gonna say? That it was my job? My job?
Shall there be truth between us, as two men? Not as friends, but as enemies and equals?
In the stutter-flashes of light, the clouds look like huge transparent brains filled with bad thoughts.
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