Vagrant Anne is a well-crafted short story about Marcus Weber, manager of a local gas station and convenience store. He has an issue with rage that he is trying to manage, but his patience is daily tried by Vagrant Anne, a homeless woman who camps outside his store and plays a type of flute.
While most of his customers seem fine with Anne, Marcus tries to find a resolution to getting rid of her.
This is a morality tale told in a thoughtful manner. I enjoyed it very much and would like to read more of this type of story from Mr. Remus.