Monthly Archives: January 2016

‘What’s old, becomes new’

The world is completely flat.  Satan comes as a black cat.  The moon is made of cheese.  The almighty hears our pleas.  Using butter makes you fat.  Vampires change into bats.  Fried eggs clogs your heart.  Eating beans make you … Continue reading

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‘Pebbles upon the shore’

Every day a young man tossed a pebble in a pond. One stone was cast for each memory he held fond.  After many years this laden pool became a stream. All of his pebbles were tumbled smooth and clean.  A … Continue reading

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‘The fist or the lash’

For every slight perceived;  whether imaginary or real. At the ending of our day;  it’s about what we feel. For any wrongs received,  It matters how you deal. After all is said and done, ‘humble pie’ is the meal. Taking … Continue reading

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‘She just smiled and waved’

   “You guys won’t believe what I just saw!” The rookie driver burst into ‘Big Ed’s Mountaintop truck stop’ lounge with far more excitement than anyone was prepared to tolerate. The lounge was their place to unwind after long hours … Continue reading

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‘Uncommon ground’ (end)

     “Let me warn you about something that I had to learn the hard way. You’ve been in the dark so long that you won’t be able to see anything until your eyes adjust. I foolishly wasted several matches … Continue reading

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‘Uncommon ground’ Pt. 3

     In short; they talked about nearly everything except for food and it’s consumption. Occasionally as the conversation seemed to be heading in that direction, one of them would discreetly steer it back to less taboo topics. Finally the … Continue reading

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‘Uncommon ground’ Pt 2

   The mention of food made Walter painfully aware of the void in his own stomach. Even the stench of human waste in the stagnant air nearby couldn’t completely erase it. “You mean they haven’t ever brought you anything to … Continue reading

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