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“Weight of Souls” by Selina Forsyth

So much, lately, feels like the churning of water in storm, sixty pounds per square inch of pressure dragging this way and that and down

and even when I’m walking on the surface, the gentle ripple washing over my toes reminds me of currents below

reminds me that foundations as fluid as faith bear the weight of souls

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