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Once Upon an End

ONCE UPON AN END: A SHORT STORY OF TRUTH AND TALE-TELLING

By Dominic de Souza, July 30, 2016

Word Count: 1546

Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) 1,568 more words

Short Stories

The Battle of Turs

THE BATTLE OF TURS

By Amanda Pizzolatto (Aurora Mandeville), August 11, 2015

(1199 words)

Summary: A fantasy re-imagining of Joan of Arc.

Jeanne di Arch was the daughter of the mayor of Turs and was called on to do many things, but what King Yeshua asked her to do was the strangest request by far. 1,179 more words

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Why is The Revelation in Code?

(The article below is an answer I composed to a question poised on the Christian Chat forum and presented here for the visitors to my sight to read also.) 1,394 more words
Religion

Red

Physicists say that the universe can be traced back to a beginning and each of our bodies to high mass stars. We are not simply in the universe, we are part of it, born from its dust. 321 more words

ALLEGORIES

The Sower

When I looked at Millet’s 1850 painting of The Sower, it was his large sway over the whole picture plane that caught my eye. I then incised thin lines on a porcelain pot to hold abstract fields of colour, making my sower hardly recognizable as The Sower. 635 more words

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The Do-Gooders in the Library

Part II: Licenses & Contrabands

The new standards for the almost-universally beloved Nationwide System of Libraries took several weeks to revise and complete.

Two months after Congressman Bookworm had the Bad Idea, things were going very smoothly for the NSL, which had become a widely publicized and popular program. 851 more words

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The Do-Gooders in the Library

Part I: The Bad Idea & the Dunce

Note: All characters are fictional and bear no resemblance to anyone living or dead.

One Saturday a noted politician had one of those Bad Ideas which frequently plague the Washington swamp-dwelling establishment. 2,704 more words

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