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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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Welcome to my Home!

Photo Credit: Susan Spaulding Hi there! Yes, you, I’m talking to you. First you come to my place, and then you act as if you are not interested in me or my life at all? Very bad. OK, so this … Continue reading

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Santa Throws a Party

Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding Santa Claus checked the Cafe once again to see if anyone had been left behind. It wouldn’t do if any of the little ones didn’t return with him to the North Pole. Christmas Eve was … Continue reading

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Hunger Games

Photo by Free Photo on Pixabay.com I stared in horror at the carnage being inflicted on our town by the dragon. She appeared to be desperately searching for something. In my nervousness, hunger pangs started gnawing at me. Thank God … Continue reading

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Buried Secrets

The tranquil picture of an ancient tree by the pristine lake was suddenly shattered by two horrified screams. “Is that a hand?” Stan cried out. Dave replied brokenly, “Y…y…yes….But…but….how is that possible? We had buried him right proper, I could … 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 Age of Innocence

The park was blooming with the sound of innocent laughter of what seemed to be hundreds of kids, and with the loud admonitions and administrations of their nannies and parents. Burt and Emily sat on a bench facing the fountain … Continue reading

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