Imaginative Conservative Readers, if you need to read something just stunning—in terms of form and thought—treat yourself to Laurel Good’s most recent post at her website, Breeding Lilacs.
You fill the hollow of my arm, child, bundled snug against the drafty night. Fingers no longer tiny, but still small, quiver delicately at your cheek. Your little hands are always the last part of you to feel the weight of sleep. And just who are you, Samuel? . . .
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