Stephan Collishaw

The Song of the Stork

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    Aep Hamarahas quoted5 years ago
    “I have nothing to do here and cannot imagine what might come. It’s like the future and present have been taken from me, and I’m left only with memories. Sometimes I can picture them, as clear and tangible as if they were here – or rather, I was there. I feel I could reach out and touch them.
    Mariam Golovniahas quoted3 years ago
    twigs and bracken
    natalyalitrovnikhas quoted3 years ago
    A still small voice,’ he said. ‘It was not in the thunder nor the lightning, nor in the strong wind, but in the still small voice that God was.
    Amrutha Varshinihas quoted4 years ago
    There, on the edge of the bed all the absences fell upon her. All the worlds that had been taken. All the lives that had gone. The stories ripped from books half-told. The poems strangled in throats. The towns unpeopled.
    Amrutha Varshinihas quoted4 years ago
    was not in the thunder nor the lightening, nor in the strong wind, but in the still small voice that God was.”
    cristyalegoveahas quoted4 years ago
    and dipped it in the water until it was soaked. She carried it back and twisted it gently above Rivka’s lips. The water
    Aep Hamarahas quoted4 years ago
    “But what kind of country could we build?” Yael said. “All we have left is hatred and fear. Is that any kind of foundation for a state?”
    wangtiahas quoted5 years ago
    against all the
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