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Speaking to the Soul: A Modern Parable

by Linda McMillan

Middle-aged women traveling alone are not common in Ye. English-speaking women from America are not common either. Thus, last week, when the traveler stepped into the beer station, all eyes turned to gaze upon the fat, white, lady from afar.

“Where you come from?” they wanted to know.

“I am from America,” said the traveler. And all nodded that they know where that is, and they murmured “Obama, yes… Obama, strong.”

“Why you come Ye?” They wanted to know.

“I came to […]

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