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Tag Archives: Short stories
The Rabbits, 507 words (rough draft) The rabbits were back, digging with a fever around the garden fence. A film of crimson stained the fur around their eyes, nose and mouth. The county would never be able to eradicate MRHD … Continue reading
Another fail on my part. Last night bugs invaded my bedroom. I’m not joking. LOL I got so worked up over this I couldn’t focus to write one word. But I’m determined to pull thirty-one stories this month. This two … Continue reading
Here’s a Twitter double-header to make up for yesterday’s blunder. It’s a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood in two tweets. Little Red She ran into the woods, a blur of red, off to the shack on top of the … Continue reading
We close our eyes and dream of a world without pain. Without them. But without them we have no purpose. We exist because they survive.
Bedridden. Light on, lights off. Spider on a perilous journey. Counting cracks and finding patterns. Helpless. Alone. Afraid when they come.
Most children avoided the hole. It was dark and smelled rancid. But some kids were too curious for their own good, much to his delight.
Last year for Story a Day I wrote a story comprised of tweets called One Hour. I had always planned to return to this story, to fill in the blanks. Today, despite being under the weather, turned out to be … Continue reading
**I’ve had a very busy weekend and only now discovered that when I hit publish yesterday, it did not actually publish. Usually I check, but this time I didn’t. Like I said…busy. Sigh. So I decided to combine yesterday’s and … Continue reading
The shadow consumed the town like a disease. No one was spared, a perfect distraction from the path ahead. The more the better, she thought.