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By: Michael J. Egbert

A Broken Reed

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On the edge of town, at the McKinney farm, there’s a pond which rests on the side of the road. For any other town this pond would be forgettable. Aside from the cluster of reeds bordering its edges, this body of water possesses no significance to anyone who passes it by.

However, the status of this pond changed during one conversation between a mother and her daughter. The moment came when Naomi Davis appeared to be most vulnerable. Through an analogy concerning this pond, Mrs. Davis would shape her daughter’s understanding on the importance of communicating with someone when you’re in trouble and trouble is what Naomi found during her senior year at school.

Whether she was dealing with the proposition of love or intimidation through threats, Naomi kept that conversation with her mother close to her heart, attempting to remember its meaning from that fateful day.

Follow Naomi as she comes to know what it means to be A Broken Reed.

Michael J. Egbert started his writing career developing marketing and communication strategies for small businesses. His love for writing began at his alma mater, Dixie State University, where he studied Human Communication. Michael continued his education by enrolling into a master’s program at the University of Southern California Annenberg, School of Communication and Journalism.

Michael is married to his college sweetheart, Delight. Together they reside in Las Vegas, Nevada, with their three children.

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