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Two-Sentence Story: Horror

Down, down, through the rabbit hole, where it stops no one knows.

When the sun comes up you’ll be right as rain, but for now grit your teeth and enjoy the pain.


Reading and Rabbit Holes (#amwriting)

I’m having a rabbit hole week as I read “Letters from the Farm: A Simple Path for a Deeper Spiritual Life.” In the short chapters, Becca Stevens, founder of Magdalene and Thistle Farms (a priest, a preacher, a speaker and an entrepreneur with a profound emphasis on healing) tells deceptively simple stories, then follows them with questions that go to the heart of things. 488 more words



Soap-dish Madness   

“I have emotion about this.  I’m losing it…  We… have been waiting so long… for someone to listen to us.”  — Ruppert

It’s some sort of madness that goes with the collapse. 677 more words


The Unanswered Question

I was about a quarter of the way into The Peripheral (William Gibson 2014) when it hit me that there was a lot more going on than I had realised; in both the novel and the “world” of the novel. 403 more words


The Hole

Dear Melissa,

I haven’t been writing, because I fell in a hole again.

In five days, I “bury” you at your memorial. I definitely feel like I am going to watch other people say good-bye to you, because I don’t think I’ll ever say good-bye, even though you need to let me go. 157 more words


Up the Rabbit Hole

As a pacifist, I generally do my best to avoid conflict. However, conflict is inevitable in life. And sometimes, it is your fault. And sometimes, it involves more than just you and another person. 144 more words

In another moment down went Alice after it, never once considering how in the world she was to get out again.

The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way, and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly that Alice had not a moment to think about stopping herself before she found herself falling down a very deep well.

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