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An Old Tale

By Seana Sperling Millennia ago, there were a people that fled the tyranny of slavery. They left the lush gardens of their country and were forced to wander for years in the sands of a never-ending desert. This harsh place offered little in the way of enrichment for body or soul and in their despair … Continue reading »

The One Visitor

By Seana Sperling There had been an argument down the hall. Tenni woke, sweat-drenched to the sound of angry voices. Then there was silence. The only sound came from the rumbling of the steam radiator in the corner. Then a woman screamed. At first Tenni couldn’t move. Then she crept out of bed, stumbling against … Continue reading »