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Giving, a short story by Gail Berry


“Only words have I to give,” said the poet. “Of these I give freely and that is all that God can ask. He cares not how beautiful the voice of the singer, but only that the singer gives his song.” Do you know the story of the child who came before the Christ with no […]

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Angie, a short story by Gail Berry


I was visiting a friend in the hospital the summer of ’85. While I was passing down a corridor, I noticed a child of about six sitting next to an old man who was lying in a hospital bed. The little girl was holding his hand — he looked too weak to grasp hers. Usually […]

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