“Sing in Me, Holy One, and Through Me” by Rob MacWolf (part 1 of 2)

Grey mountains gather as the grass grows dry.

More dreadful than its fury is the rapture of the sky.

Miss Bethany is longing for a world she is denied,

But the wind is singing distantly, and leaves nowhere to hide.

Today’s story is the first of two parts of “Sing in Me, Holy One, and Through Me” by Rob MacWolf, who heard it on the wind but couldn’t find a way to fit it into any anthologies from the Furry Historical Fiction Society. You can find more of his work on his SoFurry gallery.

Read by the author. Musical engineering by Solomon Harries.

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Furry stories to warm the ol' cockles, read by Rob MacWolf and guests. If you have a story that would suit the show, you can get in touch with @VoiceOfDog@meow.social on Mastodon, @voiceofdog.bsky.social on Blue Sky, or @Theodwulf on Telegram.

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