By Mary E. DeMuth
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Another noise. A footstep? He spun around and squinted at the charcoal forest. A hint of movement to his left kept him rooted to the ground. ” Silence. Must’ve been a bird. Or his imagination. Swallowing a cry, he trudged forward, praying God would give him what Hap called “traveling mercies” as he hunted for Daisy. Another branch clacked, followed by a muffled voice. Terror and glee attacked Jed at once. Daisy! It had to be Daisy! “Boy,” a man said. ” 27 This page is intentionally left blank Five T he first time Jed met Hixon Jones, Old Tabernacle Church throbbed to the beat of gospel music, people jumped wildly, hollering “Jesus,” frenzying themselves, and Preacher Harrison’d paced and shouted the ins and outs of the Holy Spirit.
You scared me silly,” she said. ” Hap squinted his eyes in his angry, angry face. Sissy slinked behind Jed. ” Jed held Sissy’s shaking hand. “I’ve had my fill of conspiracies. Had my fill. ” Hap’s words felt like a fist in Jed’s diaphragm. Now his sneaking would cost Sissy something terrible. Sissy tugged at his shirt. ” The weight of Hap’s sneer made him want to scream, “Heck, 39 M a ry E. ” but he dared not make the night more terrible by nearly swearing. Heck was the same as hell; everyone knew that.
Idiots like him. The words played like a scratched 45 in his head. Even if he took off the needle, they taunted. Idiots like you. Idiots like you. ” The church pulled him, like a black hole collapsing on itself. Hixon stood at a distance while Jed mounted the rickety stairs. On its threshold, he smelled Daisy. Could nearly see her in the pew as he grazed the church with the flashlight. He creaked down the center aisle, each step agonizing. He stopped at their pew. Slid in. Willed Daisy back to him.
Daisy Chain by Mary E. DeMuth