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There Are No Strangers

There Are No Strangers

The sun, already sinking, gave a last gasp of light and disappeared. I zipped up my coat as night crept into the garden. I should go home, I thought, but the peas I’d sown still needed watering. I turned the nozzle to a soft spray for them. A noise behind me turned my...
In the Cells and Sinews

In the Cells and Sinews

Are you here, God? I wondered, lifting the dumbbells up over my head. I can’t feel you. I feel only embarrassment. I looked around at the others in the exercise class: all younger and stronger. “Of course, I’m here, Sparrow,” God whispered into...