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Easter is a religious festival and in Geoffrey Cronin’s second book The Black Bitch And Other Stories he has one or two tales that fit the bill. For those who do not celebrate Easter, this story also reminds us that we have to sometimes reach out a hand to accept kindness from a stranger.
The Lost Sheep, apart from anything reminds us that however dreadful we feel our life is, we can still move forward. And, as I have always believed, there are Guardian Angels. First posted Easter 2015.
The Lost Sheep by Geoff Cronin
The clock in the railway station said five minutes to nine. The express would be thundering through at nine o’clock and would be followed by the intercity at ten past.
The ticket she now fingered in her pocket would take her to her home town on the intercity, but that was not her intention.
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