Tag Archives: Carrot Ranch

Demolition Man

I looked at my creation again. It was stunning, a virtual masterpiece, as Bird Baths go. It was a steep downgrade, of course, from the columns of colonnades in my last masterpiece, but… The owner of the villa inspected the … Continue reading

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True Love’s Kiss

The memory of last night’s kiss, and what happened after, still lingered in the air. Post our 5th glass of wine, one thing had led to another, and… What a ravishing beauty! Who would have thought that she would go … Continue reading

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The Masterpiece

“Dave, stop painting graffiti on the hotel wall. Mom will be furious when she sees it,” Brad cautioned his brother. “No, she won’t,” replied Dave insouciantly, as his paintbrush destroyed everything in its path. Brad tried once again, “Mom hates … Continue reading

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The Family Hairloom (Pun totally intended)

There was a parade of nations to honour him at his funeral. The greatest hero the world had ever seen, there had been none like him before, there would be none like him hence. Samson- a God among men, they … Continue reading

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First Day at Work

Maria could feel the hills come alive with music as the magnificent scenery unfolded before her. Mother Superior had been right, this WAS an epic workplace. Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent With renewed confidence, she gazed into the eyes of … Continue reading

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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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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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