Excerpt from Eve, Junior
Curled up at the foot Of a great water oak on the top of the bank overlooking the creek lay a girl, her copperish, red-brown head resting on her left hand while her right held a pencil over a drawing pad on the ground in front Of her. The pencil wavered uncertainly, as though the artist dubiously debated the next step in her work. Her simple dress of plain blue denim, confused and disarranged by her care-free attitude, but half concealed the graceful litheness of her slim, well rounded figure.
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