Appalachian storytellers roll language into the still air as though their tongues are wrapped ’round a boulder of ‘baca

A lilting, a tilting, an unobstructed, obstructed flow of rhythm rounding the curve of the river

Up the mountain marching, slidin’ down into the holler, then blowin’ ’round the bend with laughter

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