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|Title:||Feast at the Fig|
|Abstract:||The soft golden hue of the early morning sunshine wafts through the canopy, bathing the evergreen forest in a honeyed hue. Spider webs gleam their intricate patterns like diamond dust on gossamer, as the dewdrops on them catch the first shafts of the morning light. The cackling “kok-koko-koko-kok” of the ubiquitous jungle fowl breaks through the early stillness, calling the forest to wakefulness.|
|Appears in Collections:||SR Vol.48(01) [January 2011]|
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