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"The Barn" by D. M. Larson
SARGEGrowing up, I did a lot of stupid things too. Maybe not as crazy as that naked Tarzan thing you did in the barn, but I was wild. See my mother died when I was real young and my pappy didn't want to take care of me. So my family sent me around, hoping somebody could handle me, but I only got worse. My big moment was in a barn too. But I burnt it down. That's when my Aunt Minnie took me in. And for the first time somebody loved me no matter what I did wrong. Even though I didn't change overnight, that love stuck with me. And as I grew older, that love became more and more a part of me until all the hate was gone.
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From the published play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085: