The Eyes of Midnight
By Mark Holtzclaw
“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see” - Mark Twain
Published by Mark Holtzclaw at Smashwords
Copyright 2013 Mark Holtzclaw
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The movement of the train lulled her into a reverie, as she gazed at the passing countryside. Each weekday, Karen Bishop took this train to the sleepy hamlet of Sunny Brook where she interned as a teacher's aide. There she assisted with twelve preschool children at Lilliput Elementary. But now, this had come to an end as summer began to blossom around her. The children would be out for their vacation and Karen would have this enormous void of spare time.