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Surfing The Pass

Along sunset’s coast the fraternity gather for last rides, surfboards atop car racks and under arms. In black wetsuits, boardshorts and bikini-clad they gather to worship the curve of the wave, to seek nirvana inside a hollowed cheek, below the lip. 536 more words


Her Sincere Quest

Welcome to my home away from home where I come to discover the beauty in the world and do my bit to preserve some of it. 34 more words


Sixty Seconds with: Taryn Noelle Kloeden

Ten answers to ten questions in 20 words or fewer. That’s less time than it takes to burn a match*.

(*Depending on the length of the match and your tolerance for burned fingers, obviously) 320 more words

Flash Fiction

Three Spirits and Twelve Lonely Steps

Broken crayons

Concealing wristbands and

A secret box of band-aids for Autumn.


An intoxicated father


Impaired vision and

A single, ironical glass eye for Ivan. 14 more words


Tear These Walls Down

My walls are made of people.  Strange ones, cruel ones, untrustworthy ones, lovely ones.  Ones I’ve loved.  Ones I’ve loved so much I placed the bricks myself so the wolf could never come along and blow my life apart.  527 more words


The Stonecutter

“Give me the skinny,” I said, stepping up out of the driver’s seat.
“We got ‘em boss,” Greaves said, smiling beneath weary eyes. “Two witnesses placing him here the night of her disappearance. 241 more words