Monthly Archives: April 2014

‘The indirect path’

The spiraling snail left a trail with its tail. The very likes of which was beyond the pale. It weaved a slippery path down an old masonry wall Which caused several distracted ants to slip off and fall. They survived … Continue reading

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“For the world is full of vampires”

My young son once asked of me Why can’t we just let them be? I held him in my arms and informed: “One day you will see.” For the world is full of vampires and evil doers galore. Sometimes it’s … Continue reading

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‘Mule’

The Trojan traveler was beyond agitated. Icicles ran through his veins and torrents of sweat cascaded down his brow. His conspicuous journey through the airport corridor was filled with justified paranoia. Through it all he attempted to blend in like … Continue reading

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‘Three states of mind’

Love is a disease, of which there is no cure. The surrender of self that two souls must endure. A cease-fire of hostilities in a mostly friendly war. Starting off with less and ending up with more. Hate is a … Continue reading

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‘The thread of mortality’

The interwoven thread of mortality unwinds Like sand passing through the hourglass of time. I walked many days for knowledge to be imparted, but the purpose of my journey was over before it started. The spiritual desert we all wander … Continue reading

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Two sentence horror story contest

The formidable garden spider adopted an attack position but was no match for the approaching lawn mower, and succumbed to its whirling blades. The Earth was destroyed as it flew off into space contained within the spider’s severed limb.

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‘Wisdom of wolves’

The wisdom of wolves is clarity defined. They hunt as a team to achieve prosperity’s design. Sometimes they fight for Alpha dog status. The gnashing of teeth helps this to establish. They howl, they whine, and sometimes they whimper. They … Continue reading

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