After The Rain Chapter 1

  the mourning winds. Love. That is all that radiates from the warm charcoal eyes of the woman cradling the young girl of no more than six years. The girl, who the expression of warmth and security is directed towards, looks at the woman with an unconditional adoration and the same love reflects from her […]

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pray it away my dear pray it your way, no fear in hollowed gardens ceremonial garments and moonshine, bring out the incense and earthstones to rub crushed herbs with smooth strokes back and forth. now hum. those praise hymns hum. until your tounge numbs from old praise hymns of clan names that burst from your […]

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