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- My Own Personal Canon: Childhood House
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- 111 Psaltery & Lyre: Becky Sirrine, “Read”
- Open Call for Dove Song
- 110 Psaltery & Lyre: Ashton Nicole Allen, “Leftovers”
- 109 Psaltery & Lyre: Ashton Nicole Allen, “Photons Fired”
- 108 Psaltery & Lyre: Sarah Page, “Terra Salis”
- Word up!
- 107 Psaltery & Lyre: Jonathon Penny, “Christmas Present”
- Interview with a Vampire
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By Jessica This Easter my family and I were visiting London, with the intention of doing tourist stuff and to evaluate our choice to move to England. We wanted to...
By Karin I work as a nursing home and hospice physician. One day, while travelling to see patients on a 100-mile round trip route, I got a call from one...
My tire blew as I crossed a bridge on the way to the St. Louis VA at 5:30 on a pitch-black winter morning. I had a cell phone this...
She looked at me again and seemed almost surprised to find me there holding her hand. She thanked me for stopping to talk to her and turned to slowly push...
She put her arm around my shoulder, gave me a sisterly hug, and was gone, without saying a word.
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When we see physical need in others, it is merely an external manifestation of an inner need we all carry.
I was enjoying the beautiful evening as I crossed the Maeser quad, and I heard her before I saw her. I had to look around for the source of the...