June 12, 2002
Pretentions to Greatness

Farmers Coulee has always thought herself a mighty river, controlling the destinies and lives of millions, the economic lifeblood of a nation. Quite a fantasy for this poor obscure trickle, if even limned then nameless on all but the most specialized of maps. Unsung and unnoticed save for that rare spring when, intoxicated by melting snows or sudden showers, she rages her mindless joy sloppily across the plains, a cold wet drunken dance half-remembered in hangover fields of muddy hay.
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