Excerpt: Symphony

“He could hear her but not like anyone else she had known, their ears seemed drawn to specific sounds that played within her orchestra. Some heard the haunting loneliness of her violins, or the fluttering joy of her flutes, or her harps soft, gentle blush while still others tightened at the resolute audacity of her trumpets, but not him. He heard all of her and intrinsically understood that sum of her parts played a symphony.”

Excerpt: The Eyes to See Grace, Final Chapter: Symphony

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