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  •  Rudely awakened, confused and bewildered, he stood stone silent and watched me flee.

    Resurrection

  • Rudely leaving often creates mindfulness for the free-est generation, whose process is so fast-forward, their thoughts are like one long run-on sentence that focuses primarily on the me.

    Childhood Unbound

  • Rudely shoving it back at Julie she said, “We have nothing to celebrate here.”

    Red Hot Reunion

  • "Rudely spoken, to command me as though I am your slave," she said, but she believed herself safe and so she remained amused.

    Spirit Gate

  •         Rudely denies these eyes, heavily crushes in earth.

    Poems and Fragments

  • Rudely she did not allow the cultural attaché of the embassy to talk when she tried to engage her.

    03/05/2006 - 03/12/2006

  • Rudely puffed the winds of heaven; roguishly clomb up the all-destructive urchin; and, lo! in a moment night re-established her void empire, and the cit groped along the wall, suppered but bedless, occult from guidance, and sorrily wading in the kennels.

    Virginibus Puerisque and other papers

  • Rudely paraphrasing the woman in Houston I'd like to say, "We're Americans, you authoritarian bitch, that's the group we are with."

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Rudely rolling these ideas in my heavy head and brain I resolved to let the morrow put them into form and order, but not contradict them.

    Lorna Doone

  • Rudely thrusting his hot pipe against her cheek, Michael chased his wife from the room, after which he ordered his dinner.

    The Kreutzer Sonata, and other stories

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