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Herman

The man sat alone in his room, letting the long hours pass. His back was hunched in the rocker so that his chin rested on his neck, and he watched shadows that played on the ground through milky eyes and cataracts that left him nearly blind. He saw a world distorted and blurred—ghosts of a […]

You Were My Own

She hurried across the moon-silvered fields, her child asleep in her arms, and all around the tall grass sighed in the breeze. Soon she had cleared the plains, and now the land sloped up and the grass turned to dirt, and then the dirt to rock. Further still she climbed, until at last she reached […]