We were given a flicker of time in which an entire other life might be carried out, birth to death, as an exercise in paying attention, ....
November 10, 2008 11:58 AM Subscribe
Some strange and strangely compelling short-short stories (by a Mefite): Sometimes the sick got well, and sometimes they didn't. It was commonplace for my grandmother to inherit an entire estate, based on the words "All Left to Persis" scrawled across the back of an envelope.
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