Tender Tears

October 2, 2011
By Walter Sherry BRONZE, Portland, Oregon
Walter Sherry BRONZE, Portland, Oregon
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Tender tears dripped from a soft brown eye. He was in trouble. I went over to him, put my hand on his shoulder, and was pushed away. The schoolhouse was always dark those days. But for Jamal, losing someone, it was darker. So I saw comfort in that eye when I said, “my dad too.”

The author's comments:
A 55 word story I wrote.

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