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Pierre and Henri

by cheri block Audrieu, France May, 2010. Inner dialogue translated to English Henri: Another silly American tourist, bringing us a sweet in exchange for a photo. Pierre: Ahh, Henri, you take up arms too quickly. Enjoy the sugar. Henri: I … Continue reading

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A Cup of Tea and a Biscuit (Emma Squire)

by cheri block Chapter One Emma Ann Squire 1996 Twelve sisters came together last summer in Nova Scotia to put Momma under, visit Daddy’s grave nearby, and select their keepsakes. There they sat in a different colored chair, each sister … Continue reading

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Air freshener, please?

by cheri block sabraw Hello Girls. [Startled young bodies crow-hop to the left] Alicia runs into a stall. The toilet flushes. The latch clicks. She feels safe for a minute. Cigarette smoke fills the space. Nat and Georgia copy their … Continue reading

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