Nonfiction

    A BIG WIND KNOCKED IT OVER by Bethany Reid

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    A Big Wind Knocked It Over by Bethany Reid Westron wynde, when wilt thou blow,The small raine down can raine.Cryst, if my love were in my...

    FOR THE LAND OF THE FREE by Christine Kiefer

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    For the Land of the Free             I am wrapped up in a map of the United States of America.  I fall asleep at night picturing...

    THE SOWBELLY TRIO by James Hanna

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    My wife, Mary, and I sit on the front porch of our Florida home. Mary is feeling nostalgic, so she asks me a syrupy question. I never feel very comfortable when Mary...

    CONCESSIONS FOR CASH by LeeAnn Weaver

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    I got the key out of the lockbox and swung the front door open. The wide, winding staircase and empty hall greeted me as it did every Sunday. I put down my...

    THE PERILS OF BELIEF by Dian Parker

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    The Perils of Belief I joined a cult in my 30’s. My reason for joining was to change the way I thought. Of course, at the...

    THE FADE by Mary Casey Stark

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    The Fade By Mary Casey-Sturk Five people living in a one-bedroom house was not unusual in my neighborhood. I suppose you could call it a neighborhood,...

    AN UNEARTHLY GRACE by Peter McQuade

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    The ice surface at the Mount Vernon Sports Complex—my home rink—was down for repairs that springtime Saturday evening in 1984. That meant I’d have to go to the Fairfax Ice Arena instead....

    SILVER SHADOW by Rekha Valliappan

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                'We swung over the hills and over the town and back again, and I saw how a man can be master of a craft, and how a craft...

    SAVING SOULS by Marian Fredal

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    Saving Souls We watched the door. All fifty of us in St. Sylvester School Grade 3 learned to listen and to watch for our teacher, a tall nun dressed...

    LAYERS OF FORGIVENESS by Laurie Gelfand

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    “Children begin by loving their parents; then they judge them; sometimes they forgive them.”         --Oscar Wilde My once tall, athletic, commanding father...