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Cause and Effect

Michael stood hyperventilating, living his worst nightmare over and over again. The fountain of the town’s newest public installation had suddenly run dry. He was going to lose his job for not protecting the statue, he was sure. “Noooooooo….” Michael … Continue reading

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Obsession

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson I stared ceaselessly at the building from way down below Waiting for her visage to finally appear at the window The heavy snowfall and the dark, moonless night Together made me feel that my chances … Continue reading

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The Nocturnal Marauder

PHOTO PROMPT © Ronda Del Boccio I lay huddled amongst the bushes, careful not to make the slightest of sounds. Suddenly, a blazing light pierced the darkness. I froze even further, if that was possible. I could not afford to … Continue reading

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The Greater Good

Photo prompt courtesy Sandra Crook There was nary a dry eye in the gathering, as we looked at our fallen brother. He’d made the supreme sacrifice, so that we could live on. With no demand for our thread in these … Continue reading

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The Apex Predator

Photo prompt courtesy Dale Rogerson From his position in the Ferris Wheel, Peter could just see her golden hair. It was a good thing that his target was also wearing a red dress, locating her from that height would have … Continue reading

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The Family Heirloom

PHOTO PROMPT © Anshu Bhojnagarwala My heart broke into a million pieces as I saw the piano, my piano, lie abandoned by the wayside. I would never forgive Henry for this. So many memories of my family were associated with … Continue reading

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Sweet Nothings

Photo prompt courtesy Rochelle Wisoff-Fields “All these flowers for me?” she cried out, positively drooling. Heartened by her enthusiastic reception, I waxed eloquent, “Yes, sweetheart, just a small token of my undying love for you.” She smelt the sweet redolence … Continue reading

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