Defiling Sacred Graves

Are you ready for – The Spud King?

Rosamond Press

“making use of what the school calls “wasted space.”

While playing disc golf in the Pioneer Cemetery with Ed Corbin, a Native American approached us after we threw our frisbees at a tombstone, finishing Hole 1.

‘What are you doing! You are defiling sacred graves. This is an outrage!”

Picking up my disc, I approach.

“Allow me to retort. What the dead miss most about life, is….GAME! They love the sound of people having fun, and enjoying good comradeship. Their souls rise to the challenge!”

The first day I met Ed he suggested we toss the football he got out of the dumpster in Broken Alley. A graduating student – threw it away! He was done having fun at the UofO. Time to make his first million. Ed took me to this patch of dried grass that lie between the university and the Pioneer Cemetery. We conversed as we tossed…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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