The Little Folk–Old Man Coyote

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American Trickster

Old Man Coyote, an American folk figure, is said to be too clever for his own good. He’s always getting into trouble and frequently gets himself killed. No matter. His shit is magic. No, really! When he jumps over it, he comes back to life. If you don’t believe that, you haven’t been paying attention to American politics lately.

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2 responses to “The Little Folk–Old Man Coyote

  1. Loved that bit about coyotes. Cynical, but the world can make us that way. Especially the political world.
    Also loved your short story, Sisters. I’ll be back to the read the rest of your stories and everything else.

  2. Pingback: 2010 in review | Jerrie Hurd Takes Family History Seriously . . .

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