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Short stories

A Walk in the Park


Pammy sat in her car watching the soft rain fall on the lake through her blurry windshield   The downpour made bouncing dimples on the surface of the water and the leaves of the trees were doing a slow bob as … Continue reading

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My journey to forgiveness and other mythical stories


“So how has your week been?” Josh asked as he let me in through his lobby door and I situated myself in his big comfy chair. The chair always reminded me of that talking chair from “Pee Wee’s Playhouse” and … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Love Story


I can hear the wind rattling the windows in the other room. Every time we get a huge gust Augustine my silly fat cat thinks someone is knocking and she goes running to the door. I don’t exactly know what … Continue reading

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The Most Important Mission


“Hi my name is Lilly what’s yours?” the pretty Asian girl of about five said as she approached his table. He smiled and said “Well hello Lilly my name is Tom and it is nice to meet you.” He glanced … Continue reading

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Good-bye


“I’m not angry” SHE said through clenched teeth and with furrowed brow. “I’m disappointed. I know you didn’t mean to but you have destroyed the relationship that made me the happiest. You were wrong, I never said those things you … Continue reading

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Love at first email? Chapter 3


“Hmm I think I like this guy.” Toni thought as she finished her bagel and bolted her lukewarm coffee. “For now though I have to start my day or I’ll never get my projects done before dinner with Mom and … Continue reading

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Love at first email? Chapter two


After Toni sent her response to question one she went for a run. Thinking about Fidget always made her feel restless and a little unsettled. Not knowing what became of her had always been the toughest part about losing her. … Continue reading

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