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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 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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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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Prom Night

Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent I waited expectantly near the school gate for my boyfriend to come and whisk me away. Boyfriend….I still can’t get myself to use that word for him. We’d known each other since the first day … Continue reading

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Sleeping with the Family

“You asshole,” she shouted, her face crimson with fury. “Let me explain,” he said in a panicky voice, while trying to calm her down. “There’s nothing to explain, you lout, I should never have trusted you,” she screamed. “But… but…at … Continue reading

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An Ode to Love

I looked up and stood transfixed, smitten all over again by her heavenly beauty. Standing on the balcony, under the pale moonlight, she looked ethereal. She looked around the courtyard, as if searching for something, or someone, and said in … Continue reading

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The Knight and the Dragons

As I tucked my grandson into bed at night, I asked him, “So Abel, which story would you like to hear tonight?” “The knight and the dragons,” Abel almost shouted in excitement. “Again? Just because it has your ancestor as … Continue reading

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