The Possibility of Evil
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"She knew everyone in town, of course; she was fond of telling strangers-tourists who sometimes passed through the town and stopped to admire Miss Strangeworth's roses- that she had never spent more than a day outside this town in all her long life."
"This house, right here. My family has lived here for better than a hundred years. My grandmother planted these roses, my mother tended them, just as I do."
Old Strangeworth's getting deaf
Miss Strangeworth didn't like the thought of evil people. So she wrote anonymous notes to people in her town about the towns secrets. "There were so many wicked people in the world and only one Strangeworth left in the town. Besides, Miss Strangeworth liked writing her letters."
LOOK OUT AT WHAT USED TO BE YOUR ROSES
She went to mail her letters one night, but accidentally dropped one without noticing. "She slipped her letters into the slot, and two of them fell inside. The third caught on the edge and fell outside, onto the ground at Miss Strangeworth's feet."
"'Old lady Strangeworth's getting deaf,' he said, looking after her and holding in his hand the letter he had picked up." He gave the letter to the person addressed and told them who it was from.
She began to cry silently for the wickedness of the world when she read the words: LOOK OUT AT WHAT USED TO BE YOUR ROSES.
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