Brilliant Silence through Crossing Spider Creek
• Brilliant Silence: Bears tour in Chile and dance in the circus.
• The bears escape after their trainer is killed.
• The bears' descendants dance like their ancestors.
• Pumpkins: There is a terrible accident involving a truckload of pumpkins.
• A woman becomes hysterical; the woman's therapist cannot help.
• The therapist is reminded of a childhood trauma.
• The Stones: Young and old stones live in the desert.
• Young stones are anxious to get to the water.
• The old stones disapprove.
• The old stones are too comfortable in their ways and question everything.
• The One Sitting There: A woman cleans out her refrigerator.
• The woman's parents never threw away food.
• The woman has a hard time throwing out old bread because it reminds her of her dead sister.
• Crossing Spider Creek: A man craves solitude and goes out along on horseback.
• The man gets thrown...
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