Sun Dog

by Guest Author

By James Gutschmidt

“I see the light,” said the frightened blind man to his deaf wife, as he picked up his hammer and saw his two crippled children running down the stairs.

Chester

Chester

“But, you cannot see the future,” proclaimed the cat, as he slipped from the old bag into the gaping maw of the expectantly driveling gnat.

Sun Dog

Sun Dog

The culpable judge, who was truly despicable, banished the blind man from ever seeing his wife or children again. “How dare you to see,” proclaimed he. “You are a perverse defiler of all that is natural and free.”

As the cat was made whole, the gnat that ate the cat burped “Me Owe,” The haughty made low, the quick to the slow, the deaf and dumb wife she cried, “NO!” The culpable judge, that talking fen, was never heard nor seen from again. O, yes, the frightful light. They lived haply ever after in their sprawling Nash Rambler on the plain

Nash Rambler

Nash Rambler

Prose is by James Gutschmidt. The sun dog picture was provided from the archives of Jim Weaver, Artist. The picture of the sun dog was taken from Jim’s front window in Oroville Washington. The picture of Chester Alan Arthur, the cat, was provided by yours truly. Nash Rambler pic was from the public domain. Material is on special loan, by permission, to North Okanogan – An Online Magazine, northokanogan.com, and is protected by international copy write laws.

Chester Alan Arthur, the cat, is also the subject of an article which can be viewed at this site and titled: Kitty Cat Extraordinaire ~ A story about Chester Alan Arthur Gutschmidt

Zaniness begins at home, in the Great Okanogan Highlands; Where beauty is in every direction, and Time Stands Still.

1 Comment

  1. james c Gutschmidt

    Chester appreciates your timely edit. James

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