7/12 Truck bearing name Tarsus. Tarsus is Latin for ankle. The dictionary supplies a second application of the term: the supportive tissue of the eyelid. This is a reminder of bodily correspondences, such as kidney to ear. A funnny looking drawing of a heron is in the dictionary near the definition of the word heron.

   A truck with Hill-Top written on it. Ascend to a higher level. Command all that you see.

   Along Walnut, the dry cleaner window says Look Good, Feel Good! There is time for a good swim. A man walks without saying a word. He carries a big big stick. The tip touches the sidewalk every stride. A woman wears a lemon-lime lacy top over a bright pink body hugging short sleeved shirt.

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