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Poetic Caption #16

I walk along this path of a zillion corpses in the cutthroat evening of a day that begs to be forgotten I will never know why I was betrayed by the one person I only ever wanted to love But … Continue reading

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Balloon Animals

Cindy Bradley was a 68-year-old woman who did not look a day over fifty-five. She attributed her youthful appearance to mud masks, yoga, and herbal teas. Cindy was Aunt Mary’s best friend, and Brooklyn had always looked up to her. … Continue reading

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An Unforgettable Evening

Kent was sitting next to Brooklyn, hanging on every word her brother was saying as he told stories about his beloved sister. “Then there was the time…” Jacob started. “I don’t think Kent wants to hear any more of these … Continue reading

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Kent Williams sat at the table, sipping his coffee and staring at the incessant cursor on the blank screen that mocked him with every blink. He could not get his words to flow, but it was hard when his thoughts … Continue reading

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Heated Beginnings

Brooklyn stood at the kitchen island, chopping vegetables for that evening. It was New Year’s Eve, and some of her friends were coming over. Kent was not big on holidays, and Brooklyn thought New Year’s Eve was overrated, but her … Continue reading

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Holiday Kisses

I have been wanting to write more fiction because I think it’s the area where I could use the most improvement. I have decided to start a series of short stories about a couple and their adventures. I’ll see if … Continue reading

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Unmerry Christmas, Part Two

Unmerry Christmas, Part One Karmen watched the clock incessantly. She had finished up her holiday cookie orders. She didn’t usually take bulk orders at the coffee shop, but so many friends, friends of friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors offered to … Continue reading

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The Dream Chase, Part Four

Atticus was right on time, and Karmen needed just one minute. “Please come in. I just want to grab my sunglasses.” He nodded, taking a step inside and glancing around. Everything was orderly, books lined every shelf, as well as … Continue reading

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