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Dusk - Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

I hated to do it, but I had to get up and stretch. After sitting for hours I was getting pretty stiff. I was afraid, though I knew he’d forgive me if I missed him. 117 more words

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The Dead Rose Dilemma - Friday Fictioneers 23 February 2018


PHOTO PROMPT © Marie Gail Stratford


The Dead Rose Dilemma

Another week, another image.

This time a dead rose?

Sometimes I cringe.

“What the hell can I write about… 87 more words

Flora

N E O N - A Short Story

Violet Suzanne Thompson was nervous, and she hadn’t heard a single note of Music City yet.

Although she had put up with getting there for several hours now. 2,983 more words

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Odious Idiots

I awake gratified that the sleeting rain outside reflects my distaste for the world, my workplace and especially my colleagues. Those odious idiots who believe they are both… 90 more words

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The Tree Of Infinite Time

For the fifth time that day it began to rain. With a sigh, Rine shoved his aching fingers in his armpits again. The sword on his hip bounced mercilessly, slowly exasperating the blister that was forming there. 3,738 more words

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Vuli Ndlela

                Life never chooses when to start nor stop. It goes on and halts just when no one is watching. It tells you there is a solid ground beneath your feet and the next minute, you are sinking in your own carelessness. 323 more words

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Blind Love 2

Without thinking I slapped Becky with all my might which had her on the floor, how can she betray me like that we practically grew up together. 159 more words