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Fingers folded not in prayer, but interlaced. So as not to be torn asunder.
I’d just had a brush with the opioid epidemic—the Bible belt removed and fastened around the arm to isolate a vein.
In your abandonment you are beloved; in exile you are saved.
In her art, Huckaby is constantly pushing herself to discover those previously unheard voices.
All is still. God has come and gone.
Let’s suppose that there is a spotlight waiting within the heart, and the heart is innocent because it is made of paper and can be cut.