Every ten or fifteen minutes a walleyed
newspaper boy in frayed suspenders bolted, hollering from one end of the station to the other.
Campers of all sizes, shapes, and abilities find self-confidence and skill mastery when they feel the expectant tug on their line and reel in their big catch, whether a powerful walleyed
pike or small sunfish.
a girl with red hair supposedly inherited from her grandfather, a plump girl with fair skin, broad hips, one eye light green and the other blue-violet, a girl who sometimes goes walleyed
and weighs around fifty-eight kilograms.
The beer can label again features a speared fish, a reference to the walleyed
pike that Chippewa catch each spring off their Wisconsin reservations.
It's mortifying to admit," he writes, "that it took me until my mid-forties to realize, with the same walleyed
astonishment that someone realizes he's been shot, how arbitrary and irremediable suffering can be.