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The Water’s Edge

Brian and Katrina leave the doctor’s office. Neither have said a word since the doctor stopped talking. They just nodded their heads and left. “Please, take me to the seashore.” Katrina says through her tears. They walk hand in hand … Continue reading

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Darkness Creeps In

The Creep sits alone in his dark apartment. The windows are shut and the shades drawn closed. The stifling heat is thick with the smell of cigarettes and perspiration. Darkness surrounds him, conceals him – just the way he likes … Continue reading

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My Greatest Fear(s)

Without shame, I admit I will use writing prompts when I feel the well of creativity is a bit dry. I love the phrase “well of creativity” so awesomely pretentious. I’m not sure I possess a well of creativity, but … Continue reading

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It Happened One Christmas

Nothing is, what it seems to be here. This picture is a fraud and that blonde moppet (who looks strangely enough like Carol Brady) clutching her prized Winnie the Pooh is a Bad Seed. Bad Seed: (noun) a person who is seen … Continue reading

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Britt’s Story

Yesterday’s story about Clayton was a practice exercise for an upcoming short story contest. This morning at 3:45am Britt woke me up wanting me to tell her side. I guess I’m not done with Clayton and Britt just yet. Britt’s … Continue reading

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