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Day Four: Emily Harris Adams

Second Coming

One day, Christ will come down from the sky Dressed in glorious red robes. Every knee will bend; Every tongue confess. All wrongs, all pain, all evil will fail. Until that day, I need to keep my bank account balance Above twenty-five dollars.

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Emily Harris Adams: Technical writer by morning, creative writer by evening, and wife 24/7. Emily has overdrawn her bank account once. Maybe twice. Emily’s works include: “Empty Linen” a poem in The New Era, quoted in April 2011 Conference; and “A Fair Trade” a short story in Leading Edge magazine.

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