Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Itham


Itham arrived on Monday ‑
at 8am ‑ he was attired in a fresh white suit ‑
it's crispness gave away its newness ‑
a neat and right newness with which the body that wore it claimed its undisputable properness ‑
Itham allowed himself to be escorted into James' home ‑
Itham never gave off a trace of gratefulness ‑
and he was not about to abandon his manner on this visit to his cousin's home ‑
upon entering the foyer he spied a portrait of his father and his uncle standing in front of a horse ‑ he remembered the steed
‑ it was the one that bore his father off to his death
‑ he silently thanked the horse for his new found wealth ‑ Itham was 'the young gentleman' ‑ Itham was escorted into the study ‑ where he found a stunning young woman writing a note at the desk ‑ she paid him no notice
‑ this surprised Itham -
he was usually quite impressive to the ladies

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