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A Toast

The hotel room wasn’t too fancy. It was nice and cozy, albeit a bit overpriced. It didn’t matter. This room was just fine for what they had planned. 72 more words


Troll Patrol

Vigilante bands roam

Just lookin’ for some

Combing the land

Fine of tooth,

Grey of suit

Brain in hand

They are all in this together… 25 more words


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Three Line Tales : Away from the chasms and back to the light

photo by Nick de Partee via Unsplash

It stretched across the land they said, one long wire, looping between posts and trees, disused telegraph poles and house gables, a bright line of bulbs – baubles of hope in the darkness. 96 more words


When Max arrived in Kindergarten, he received many sidelong glances. It wasn’t just from the children, either, those tiny humans with their not-quite human motions, their bizarre ways of stumbling through the life around them. 221 more words

Short Story

Cercis Siliquastrum

by Sebnem E. Sanders

Surrounded by greenery from many different species, a lonely Cercis siliquastrum tree stood in the middle of the park. Many moons ago a bee had carried pollen to this spot from Cercis’ ancestors, all established on the hills overlooking the channel and the ancient city. 589 more words

Flash Fiction

The Psychedelic cabbage shirt or how a Warthog turned out to be rather tasty

It has no beginning. Looking back it was and looking forward it is. Suppose one has to give it a name. How about Ingnoth. That will do. 2,127 more words


April 20: Flash Fiction Challenge

Of course the Land of Enchantment would have some oddities. That’s the state nickname for New Mexico, and I’m studying the terrain as we drive from Gallup to Albuquerque. 2,097 more words