Denver Moore thinks everything at the mission is going well until the smiling white couple start serving in the dining halls on Tuesdays. Every week, he feels the woman focus in on him, and when he goes through line she smiles hugely at him and asks his name and how he is doing—“attackin him for no particular reason.” Moore does his best to stay away from her.
The woman corners him every week, pokes her bony finger in his face, and tells him he is not a bad man. She tells him God has a calling for his life; Moore tells her not to bother him because he is a mean man....
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