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He bent and put his arms under the farrier’s anvil, lifted it from its bed, carried it across the yard and set it down. ‘Now take it back,’ he said to Joseph. Joseph put his arms around the anvil and lifted. His chin jarred on the top. He tried again, firming his chin against the steel. Nothing moved. But it was not like stone; not like the rough dead weight that tore on Damper Latham’s planks. ‘I can’t shift it,’ said Joseph. ’ ‘You can’t shift an anvil,’ said the smith, ‘yet you want to join the generous, ingenious hammermen?
The carpenter couldn’t lock the door. The carpenter could never open it or close. Latch, lock, hinges were the smith. Joseph looked down. The step was stone, and he would not cross it for his last day. Still holding, he faced about. The school porch showed the view, a stone arch around the world, and Grandfather had made that. It framed Saint Philip’s steeple and the weathercock. And then Joseph knew. That great steeple, that great work. It was a pattern left on sand and air. The glint of the sun from the weathercock shimmered his gaze, and the gleam was about the stone right to the earth.
It’s eight o’clock,’ said Grandfather. ’ ‘Stay and give us a tune,’ said Damper Latham. ‘I’m going down the village. ’ ‘He’ll be late,’ said Grandfather. ‘He’ll not,’ said Damper Latham. ’ Joseph picked up the bright cornet from beneath the seat and set his tongue to the mouthpiece and loosened the valves with his fingers. ’ he said. ‘Give us a Methody hymn for to fetch this load off,’ said Damper Latham. ’ Joseph played ‘Man Frail and God Eternal’ twice. Grandfather and Damper Latham worked together, as they had always done.