What can YOU say in six sentences?
He whined, then barked. I felt a soft growl simmer in his chest. Inside my bones I knew the sorrow of dogs. So many words and the sounds so unlike speech. There was heavy dew that morning, and as we wandered on the grass the soles of my feet felt cool with sweet moisture I wanted to taste. When I stroked him, my hair grew coarser with broken curls, which I sought someone to touch, using my dark warm eyes.