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  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    When you’re in with the lord, there’s just one reward. And they’d just as soon make it come true. ~ Robert Earl Keen Caw, caw, caw! A lonely crow cawed happily from its throne atop the peak of the Old Church. Caw! Its black beady eyes glinted in the falling sunlight, and mirrored the wo...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    They said Mission Accomplished, And now we’re all astonished, Eight years later and we’re still there, Like an ant wrestling a bear, And the horns HAROO HAROO Fight and die for your country, Hell—maybe you’ll come home bloody, But hey it was a hell of a run right? A grand display of ...
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    Allah, Jehovah, and Yahweh; the Qur’an, Bible, and Torah – to the average citizen of the world, the aforementioned might stand as symbols of peace and virtue (though perhaps a little archaic), but to radicals and extremists, Allah, Jehovah, and Yahweh are symbols of war, hate, and death. We spi...
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    There is a snake in the grass; a ticking time bomb so to speak. It is an issue little spoken of and rarely does it come up in our legislative assemblies. However, before we are all even old geezers, we will succumb to this malevolent force. It will steal our natural resources, pillage our pocket ...
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    Salsa – it’s a finicky thing. Store bought is rubbish. Never hot enough. Or maybe it’s hot, but fermented and weird. Or maybe it’s too chunky. How about too liquidy? At the end of the day, salsa is very much a personal experience. It’s about finding yourself, a unique journey into y...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The drive. That’s the part that always gets me. A car has the most damning ability to make time pass both quirkily quickly and abominably slowly. It accelerates the total time yet minutes turn to hours and seem like years while sitting idly in the back of an overly cramped silver sedan. I’ve...
  • Poetry > Limerick
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    There once was a man from the east coast, Who had made quite a terrible host, They said he was mean, And awfully unclean, And for that he will certainly roast...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I sat in silence for a while. What do you say to a girl who just lost a parent? I’m sorry? Bulls***, not only is that hackneyed and cliché, but it also shows a lack of caring. Too often do I see people say, “I’m sorry,” for things that they aren’t really sorry about. I’m not saying...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It was one of those horribly “perfect” days. Cloudless day, deep blue skies, and an exceedingly soft gentle breeze that seemed to add a whole other dimension of perfection. Indeed, this stereotypical day was only marred by two things. One, a large portion of humans were all wearing black; and...
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    We were all very intrigued by this story, yet inexorably we had to maintain our cover and pretend we didn’t just hear that loud and outlandish tale. Considering my initial impression of Charles, however, it wasn’t too outlandish. Only a smidgen. “Well that does explain a lot,” Gill fina...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “Come back and see me on the 30th,” the Doctor Tlihg said, “we’ll see if surgery can help you any.” One of his nurses whispered something to him real quick. The good Doc’s expression grew slightly more crestfallen, “Or, alternatively, we could assign a different medication. Sometime...
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    The quiet only hung in the waiting room for a brief moment before Charles burst out in a fit of grand applause. He praised Gill, “Well done well done, exceedingly well done. Oh boy, but that was fun. Especially that part about how you won—” Bethany leaned in and whispered to me, “What ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It was eleven o’ clock when Gill floundered through the swinging old-style wood doors of the taproom with a loud {kathunk}. He waltzed his way through the teeming crowd with a girl in each arm. In his left arm, he held, as she liked to be called, the Lovely Lover Loretta. She was plastered with...
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    It was hard to really make out. For me at least. At the time I felt over-stimulated and as a result I was not as perceptive as I would otherwise have been. It looked vaguely like an insect. I could make out what appeared to be two antennae, a mildly rotund exterior, and two legs. Or at least wh...
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    “Quite a tale, quite a tale. Just more evidence that goes to show what you don’t know {can} kill you,” I commented, feeling slightly embarrassed at implementing that hackneyed modification of the old cliché. Bethany and Rick nodded in accordance. Bethany leaned in close to me and asked i...
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    “Well gang, it looks like we are ready to head out,” Missy said to her family. Her family consisted of her husband, Will, her eleven year old daughter, Sarah, and her young two year old son, Ricky. Missy was your stereotypical proud mom. The one who would always brag about how Sarah would be ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    “The Doc’s not in at the moment,” the Receptionist informed me while doing god knows what on the computer. Certainly didn’t seem like work. Whatever it was though makes no matter; she should have been helpful. She had her hair in a conservative ponytail, sporting some snazzy earrings; nic...

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