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July 1, 2012, vol 8, no 2

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Terri L. French


Her porch is painted the vivid blue of a Milk of Magnesia bottle. She tells me spirits can't cross water and the blue porch keeps them at bay. "But, there's no water," I say. "Haints be fearsome, but dey also be stupid," she says.

wind through sweetgrass
the Gullah woman
weaves her story