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Good fer Evil

Once there was a wise man who was walking along, minding his own business and preoccupied with his deep, deep thoughts, when he happened upon a coiling python caught in a trap. 1,004 more words

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Wasted Money

His eyes sparkled with pride as he led her down the stairs, into his wine cellar. He had worked many years to attain all of this, and he was pleased to see how wide her eyes opened, as he gently lifted her chin, whispering, “What do you think of it?” 72 more words

Short Stories

How to be melancholy

‘melancholy
ˈmɛlənkəli/
noun
1.
a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
“an air of melancholy surrounded him”
synonyms: desolation, sadness, pensiveness, woe, sorrow, melancholia;’ 260 more words

Fiction

Crockett's Moon

Of all the great stories and legends that swirl around Davy Crockett, none is so amusing as that of the time he lost his powder horn to the Moon. 361 more words

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Tooth be told - A Green Lake Tale

Today’s Daily Post prompt – Truth Serum – You’ve come into possession of one vial of truth serum. Who would you give
it to (with the person’s consent, of course) — and what questions would you ask? 1,140 more words

Tales From Green Lake

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The Peacock and the Crow

Once, all the animals of the forest got together to have a beauty contest. Among them were the Crow and the Peacock. Now, in those days neither of these fine birds were very much to look at, so, knowing that in their present condition they could, neither one, hope to win the beauty contest, they devised a special plan. 214 more words

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