A Small Town in the Capitol

by Heather Bell

The local library banned the book for proper grammar and usage.
“Surely no one in this town will understand a word of it,” the librarian squawked.
Pascal played his violin on the street corner in the town square as passersby gawked at the unrecognizable instrument and covered their ears to drown out its mellifluous melodies
A floating balloon tied to a string caught in a tree stared bleakly at the children in the park
Rick Jason was a man with no vision. The town celebrity, all of his books were bestsellers.

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