Settling Hearts

The visiting young teens giggled at my gesture toward the man when I called him “gwapo,” their word for handsome. His eyes twinkled at me, his new bride of less than three months. When he left the house on an errand, their questions became more serious, “Your husband…before Sir Roland…what… Continue reading

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His Heart

The man walks the paths lined with thick vegetation, dotted with blackberry bushes and trees. He points to the patches of grass sown several years ago, the wildflowers, the little pond for the deer and fawns. Hours, days, weeks, months, years, all spent to make it the beauty it is… Continue reading

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