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The Night of the Coyote Moon
“What is wrong, Dibe?” her mother asked, coming up to her and
wrapping an arm around her waist as Dibe stared out at setting sun.
“Something is calling to me, Momma, and I don’t know what it is, but I
have this need to visit the Cliff Dwellers House. Would you mind if I took
Rosy? She needs a good run. It’s been a while since Papa has had time to do
“Take the car. It’s too late for Rosy, plus I don’t want you out there alone
right now. The winds are shifting. Stop and pick up Mac if you must go,” her
mother said, reaching in her pocket, pulling out the keys to the beat-up car.
Dibe took the keys. “I need to do this alone, Momma.” She leaned over,
placing a kiss on her mother’s cheek. “But, I promise to be careful.”
For the last two weeks, Dibe had been having dreams of a man. But this
man was different; it was as if he was searching. That part of him inside was
missing, and Dibe didn’t know how, but her gut, her sixth sense told her soon
she would meet this person. That she was the one he was looking for.
It didn’t help that every time she did dream of this certain man, she woke
to an organism and her body trembling. At the age of twenty-six, Dibe was
tall but also a little overweight. One of her best features she thought was her
hair—long, black hair braided down her back. Yes, she tried to lose the
weight, but it wasn’t important to her. What was important was helping her
Dibe grabbed her purse, a few bottles of water, phone, and headed toward
the car, moaning when she saw her father there leaning against the car door
waiting for her.
“Mom,” she glanced over her shoulder, opening the front door.
“Don’t ‘mom’ me. We are in a dangerous time here, young lady. I will
not have my only daughter out there without protection.”
“But, Dad?” she mumbled, moving toward her father. Still to this day,
Dibe didn’t know her parents communicated with each other, because there
was no way they had known before now what she was going to do. But that
was another puzzle to figure out later.
At the age of fifty-six, her father was a powerful figure standing at six
foot two. Once he turned those dark eyes on her, she knew something was
about to change her plans. “Are you really going to go with me?” she asked,
looking up at her father as she stepped up to him.
He smiled, reaching over and tucking a piece of her hair back. “No, but I
will be watching with your uncles.” His father looked over his shoulder, and
sure enough, all four of her uncles were there on horses, her father’s horse
there also, waiting for him.
She cocked her head to the side. “You know, don’t you? Did you have
dreams of this man?”
Her father leaned over and placed a kiss on the top of her head. “We all
have our destinies, and it would seem yours has been searching for you for a
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