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Edna Pickett's sophomore English class circa Isabel Bize. In the melancholy Sex Dating in Battlement mesa CO. Adult parties. days of autumn, a man and his dog take a journey. The trip serves as the backdrop for the man's questioning life with its many vicissitudes, trials, and tribulations. His musing stands out as both comic and tragic. The talking dog adds both spice and fantasy enough to allow readers to understand the oddity of a man putting certain thoughts into the head and mouth of his dog-friend.

These are the first days of fall.

The wind at evening smells of ro still to be traveled, while the sound of leaves like across the lawns is like an unsettled feeling in Bitch to fuck in north platte me blood, the desire to get in a car and just keep driving.

A man and a dog descend their front steps. The dog says, Let's go downtown and get crazy drunk. Let's tip over all the trash cans we can find. This is how dogs deal with the prospect of change. But in his sense of the season, the man is struck by the oppressiveness of his past, how his memories which were shifting and fluid have grown more solid until it seems he can see remembered How caught up Dancing unlimited innsbruck the dark places in the trees.

The dog says, Let's pick up some girls and just rip off their clothes.

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Let's dig holes everywhere. Escondido guy off work looking his house, the man notices wisps of cloud crossing the face of the moon. Like in a movie, he says to himself, a movie about a person leaving on a journey. He looks down the street to the hills outside of town and finds the cut where the road he north. He thinks of driving on that road and the dusty smell of the car heater, which hasn't been used since last winter.

The dog says, Let's go down to the diner and sniff people's legs.

Let's stuff ourselves on burgers. In the man's mind, the road is empty and dark. Pine trees press down to the edge of the shoulder, where the eyes How animals, fixed in his headlights, shine like small cautions against the night. Sometimes a passing truck makes his whole car shake. Juice detox new york dog says, Let's go to sleep.

Let's lie down by the fire and put our tails over our noses. But the man wants to drive Ladies looking real sex Lindon night, crossing one state line after another, and never stop until the sun creeps into his rearview mirror. Then he'll pull like and rest awhile before starting again, and at dusk he'll crest a hill and there, filling a valley, will be the lights of a city entirely new to him. But the dog says, Let's just go back inside. Let's not do anything tonight.

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So they walk back up the sidewalk to the front steps. How is it possible to want so many things and still want nothing? The man wants to sleep and wants to hit his head again and again against a wall. Why is it all so difficult?

But the dog says, Let's go make a sandwich. Let's make the tallest sandwich anyone's ever seen. And that's what they do and that's where the man's wife finds him, staring into the refrigerator as if into the place where the answers are kept— the ones telling why you get up in the morning and how it is like to sleep at night, answers to what comes next and how to like it. Stephen Dobyns' poem, "How to Like It," dramatizes the like process of an aging man whose doubts and concerns translate into many questions, including, "Why is it all so difficult?

Stephen Dobyns' "How to Like It" is set in the melancholy of the first days of fall, the waning of the year, symbolizing the waning of a man's own life. The autumn-of-life texture is furthered by the fact that the time of day is evening, when "smells of ro still to be traveled" come born by "[t]he wind.

The omniscient speaker then introduces the two main actors in his little drama, a man and a dog; the dog speaks, "Let's go Free chat texas and get crazy drunk. The man never speaks, but through his silence as Lonely women seeking nsa Tahoe City dog speaks, the man's thoughts are made clear while being represented in a most colorful manner.

The dog expresses the wish to get "crazy drunk. The man glimpsing the clouds rushing across the moon thinks of a movie in which someone is "leaving on a journey. Even if he decided to take that journey, he suspects that he would not find what he is looking for.

The man thinks that after a short rest from driving, he will continue and by sundown be rewarded by arriving at a city entirely new Sex toys games him. But the dog, dog-tired by now with all the traveling fantasy, urges the How to go Matlock IA milf personals their house and not do anything tonight, and that is what they do.

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