The Women Return

The habit of prayer is commonplace, but the sincere compassion felt by citizens of this city for outsiders is truly remarkable. It has become traditional for women to pause in prayer outside the city gates at sunset to speak to saints and other supernaturals on behalf of all who cannot claim citizenship. Special prayers are also said for those persons who have been required to abandon citizenship for whatever reason. One need only look at their faces to know that each prayer is heartfelt. Tears are so plentiful at times that clever men have been known to make a good wage selling hankies and tissues to these good ladies.

Title | Contents | Index | Author
Buleria Madrugada || The Women Return | Alegria | The Art of Sitting | Madrugada | Curro's Cave
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