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SIX

March, 2015

I watched lazily, as an ant crawled across my spiral-bound notebook. At the top of an otherwise blank page sat two lonely words: ‘Plot ideas’. 383 more words

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FIVE

Rainbow Forest Park, 2002

I hopped quickly between stones, crossing the shallow creek in about five strides. Jed followed me at a slower pace, concentrating and stepping carefully, so as not to risk his paws getting wet. 916 more words

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FOUR

2002

The world was silent. It was just me and Jed. The hunter and the hunted.

I (hunter) took another step towards him, and cursed the dried leaves that cracked audibly underfoot. 553 more words

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THREE

2001

I stifled another yawn and stared blankly at the polo-shirted man in front of me. He was looking back at me with the expression of someone who wanted a response. 1,040 more words

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TWO

2000

‘GAARRWWWHGGHGH’ came a familiar noise from the living room.

I turned from my bowl of porridge in the direction of the noise, wondering casually what Jed’s present victim was. 300 more words

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ONE

August, 1999

I imagine that Jed’s early career at the breeding kennel must have begun as soon as his mucusy little eyes opened. Almost immediately, he would have been required to entertain a chain of enormous strangers, many of whom probably prodded him with sticky fingers and dragged him shamelessly onto their laps. 378 more words

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Folklore Filmfest Features Houston Visual Artist JED

Folklore Films Presents:: Folklore Film Festival featuring visual poems for Jed Foronda, Staci Davis, Jawwaad Taylor & Robert Hodge!

Folklore Films Festival is a chance to experience 4 visual poems of Houston’s local folkloric heroes, cross-pollinate silos of culture & vocational disciplines that flower renaissance in the city and experience live musical performances by the Michele Thibeaux, Denis Cisneros, Carlos Conway & Dominick Oscar! 35 more words

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