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fiction: The Death of Ariel Sharon

oznik-news | 24.10.2003 07:26 | Anti-militarism | Repression | Social Struggles

A Short story (or a poem in prose) by Andrew L. Wilson

It was snowing lightly in Jerusalem (by which I really mean if it were to be snowing lightly in Jerusalem), a side-driven windy snow late in the day when Ariel Sharon left the Knesset with his bodyguard, if he were to do so, and traveled the short distance by armored car to his home, and after a light dinner with wine and television went to bed somewhat early in the darkness with snow still rushing outside, a snow so fine and spare it would be evaporated by morning . . .

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  1. fiction: the death of Yasser Arafat — kurious
  2. Are you feeling well, kurious? — Mad Monk