Pennsylvania Polka (Fictional Work) - Martin Cozza

Pennsylvania Polka (Fictional Work)

By Martin Cozza

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-06-22
  • Book Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Author: Martin Cozza
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1980 The wedding that was about to begin was not a travesty to Catholics, as some people might think it would be. The maid of honor came up the aisle in the slide-step the organist had taught her--right, stop; left, stop--then she rushed, lost the rhythm, and had to wait for the hymn to catch up. Next came the bride, Terri Donati, a drapery of white in the vestibule doorway. She was big, eight months pregnant and tall, and she loved the thought of being eight months pregnant in her wedding pictures. She imagined herself looking through them someday with her grown-up child and the two of them screaming with laughter. She stepped out under the high, vaulted ceiling of the church and felt the space expand around her. She felt like a float in a parade.

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