Monthly Archives: August 2018

The Idiot

They’re right, I AM an idiot. Moreover, I had to demonstrate my stupidity to the entire world, with my doomsday predictions of comets, and meteors, and asteroids. I’d even set a date for the collision, yesterdays. But they laughed at … Continue reading

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We Rule the Night

Photo prompt courtesy Kat Myrman I cautiously made my way towards the graveyard, jumping at the slightest of sounds. They knew I was a vampire now, and I was no longer safe. But I had no option but to go … Continue reading

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The Drunken Sailor

I looked into the cabin from the porthole, and found him getting drunk, as usual. PHOTO PROMPT © Yvette Prior I waited patiently, till he got up to relieve himself. Slipping into the bathroom after him, I caught his neck in … Continue reading

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The Perfect Proposal

It was the perfect setting for what Ted hoped would be the most perfect day of his life…their life, if Ramona agreed to his proposal. They were on the top deck of a ferry, and had the entire ship to … Continue reading

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The Rebirth

He opened his eyes to find himself in an empty home. He had no idea who he was, or how he’d come to be here. He tried to move, but screamed aloud in pain. His legs were just stumps, like … Continue reading

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The Deadly Hunt

Travis looked at the cute, round-as-buttons eyes peering at him through the woods, and smiled. He had spent half his life searching for the Ringa-Tinga-Ling, the mythical oldest animal species in the world. Today, he and his cameraman had finally … Continue reading

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The Summer Carpet

I woke up at the crack of dawn as usual, hungry, grumpy, morose. The extended winter had not been kind to me and my family. The fields were frozen, and nothing could grow on them. All we could do was … Continue reading

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The Visitor

It had been an arduous journey, and I had faced countless perils to reach here. But now, when I was finally at his house, my courage seemed to have deserted me. PHOTO PROMPT © Ronda Del Boccio He was such a … Continue reading

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Gratitude

Nate looked at the man playing ball with his dog by the river, and his heart broke with despair. Photo courtesy Wildverbs That dog was magnificent, tall, muscular, shiny coat glistening in the sunlight. Nate looked at Roger sitting next … Continue reading

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The Endless Wait

Photo Courtesy James Pyles This is my last memory of her. Her last photograph, before she was taken so cruelly from us. She looks so happy and carefree here, playing with her friends at the Fair. My heart filled with … Continue reading

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