The Flax Tree…

A coyote story.

Stuart France

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Long ago Coyote was walking his way.

He came to a hill on which he saw a man cast his eyes out of his head into a Flax Tree.

They hung in the branches of the tree until the man cried out, ‘Eyes come back to me’ which they did, flying back into his eye sockets with a reassuring Throp!

Coyote desperately wanted to learn the trick so he begged the man to teach him it until the man agreed.

‘Be careful, Coyote’ said the man, ‘never perform this trick more than four times in any one day.’

No sooner had the man gone than Coyote’s eyes were out of his head and up in the Flax Tree.

He could see over low hills.

He could see where the stream that disappeared in the valley went and he could also see the shape of things for miles.

He performed…

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