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P1The author talks about a place called the farm That is where she lived once when she was very lonely and unconscious of her feelings P2In this paragraph the author describes the farm P3In this paragraph the author talks about the things she liked about this farm P4The farm seemed eternal in the crude way the A Field Of Silence earth does extending that is a very long time The farm was old The land was worked on lived on grown over plowed under and stitched again and again with fingers or with leaves P5The author talks about the things she saw while she lived on that farm She also talks about silence P6She does not want to see anything like that again There was loneliness there P7She lived on that farm alone She read books such as Packed Dirt Church Going and A Dying Cat She heard a rooster screeching and she wanted to see o rooster when he crowed P8She watched the red roster P9The roosters would crack out a round P10The author and the rooster stared at each other their eyes met P11When author turned away the silence gathered and stuck him A world pressed down on their surfaces a world battered just within their surfaces and that real world so near to emerging had got struck P12 There was nothing but silence She could hear a ring of the silence P13The silent fields were the real world The author heard the flies and looked at the rooster who was looking at her P14 Then she heard human whistling in the air It was a woman The notes spread into air and became part of silence P15The author turned away and the whole show vanished The whistling became ordinary P16There are angels in those fields She was surprised at something she said P17From that time she began to think of angels She began to review what she saw that morning
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