A female Lyft driver navigates the night shift in NYC while waiting to hear life or death news from Syria.
“If you want to change the world, make your life about others. And everything will come back to you.” — Dr. Rouba Mhaissen
God passed away empty handed
But with regret
And like a sly boy
Broke with his shoe
the last dry loaf of bread.
I broke into tears before the great abbey door because the lament of the elements had overwhelmed my heart.
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