This is my review of your piece entitled, "I am Providence."
First, let me say, what an interesting glimpse at what appears to be an intriguing story! Excellent use of imagery; you do a good job of painting the scene for the reader. Excellent pace as well. You slowly bring us into the scene: 'Rain petered down, splashing against a smooth granite stone. The soil slurry begging for discourse was given order, shoveled left and shoveled right over shoulder. The words “I am providence.” Had become eye level' Like all good works of fiction, the reader is able to watch the "movie" of your story play out in their mind's eye.
One thing you might want to consider: some of the language seems overly complex. For example, "A raucous cacophony resounded and inundated the world with its crescendo, all around crystalline droplets pelted his body" For me, that sentence briefly stopped up the flow of an already good story, and may send some readers scrambling for the dictionary. The "all around crystalline droplets pelted his body" was fine for me, and a pleasingly different description for rain, but "A raucous cacophony resounded and inundated the world with its crescendo..." seemed overly stilted and clunky.
Other than that, an excellent read for me. I'm curious to read more and find out what lead up to this scene. Thank you for writing this!