Sunday, November 20, 2016

Rainbow Snippets ~ A Place to Call Their Own

Fooling around with the migrant worker was Frank’s first contact with another boy and he knew then that he was different than any of the other boys he went to school with. Frank never heard from Roy again, but he next year, Jimmy’s family moved to Audubon. They lived there for two years until they moved away. The last letter said that his pa told him he couldn’t write anymore. That had come from Colorado somewhere—Leadville, maybe. He said he would try to sneak away and write, but he never did.

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  1. I wonder why he wasn't allowed to write anymore, and why he never heard from him again. Sad and lonely snippet.

  2. Yes, that is a sad and lonely snippet. I can only assume Pa didn't agree with the relationship. Sad way for it to end.

  3. Poor Frank. He had a lonely path on his trek toward happiness. :-)

  4. There is a lot of loneliness here.