Ghost of the Moon
Melissa L. Webb
The moon reflected off the water, harsh and cold, like glass on a snow-covered day. A lone figured stood on the sand, staring out at the searing refection. 472 more words
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By Melissa L. Webb
More than anything the girl wanted a puppy. She’d listen to her friends talk about their dogs or watch people taking theirs for a walk, and think, someday that will be me. 749 more words
During his early years, David wasn’t sure what he was destined to become. He knew he enjoyed dismantling electronics (such as the family radio) and that he was good at operating under stress (such as when his parents yelled at him while he put back the family radio). 1,033 more words