Read Kirie’s “Caryatid” in New Plains Review

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Goddess guide and protect me. That is what Diana prayed, in her own manner of prayer. “Diana doesn’t believe,” Roan accused her at the campus dining hall. That was before Roan moved out of their dorm room to live off-campus with Jack. Before each meal, in that most public of places, Roan insisted they hold hands, close their eyes and pray. Out loud. If Diana, always ravenous, started to eat, Roan seized her hand across the table. If Diana ignored her or pulled away, Roan prayed anyway.

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