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Freight Train

Where I grew up most of the freight trains came carrying sugar beets. Open topped cars filled to almost overflowing with big white beets. When the sugar factory on the north side of town was operating, the stink filled the whole town. 34 more words

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Curse

My grandmother didn’t curse. When really frustrated she would spell out S-H-I-T. Maybe she cursed when I wasn’t around. But her son, my father, couldn’t get through a sentence without some sort of curse word. 48 more words

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Tourist Destination

I like the tourist destinations just as much as the tourists. I like to drag around all over the state and visit the parks and famous restaurants and funky little ghost towns. 50 more words

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Where I Write

This is where I write. It’s awfully crowded in here right now. Too much furniture, but some will move out soon. But I don’t mind because I sit in my chair and type all day long and never look at the room around me. 34 more words

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As a Kid

As a kid I loved shooting rubber bands and spit balls at people. I thought it was funny to tell other kids they had spiders in their hair. 55 more words

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Flood

Seeing him invariably would flood her senses to the point that she was almost in shock – unable to function. All the hairs on the back of her neck rose, she wanted to run but couldn’t, she felt a little like vomiting but held it. 61 more words

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The Door

Tori approached slowly, Neill at her back. The door was open just a crack. She knocked forcefully and called out, “Police.”

All was quiet inside. Tori entered. 44 more words

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