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"I will breakfast from the cupboard where uneaten dreams are kept"
"I foresee the successful future of a very mediocre society."
Category Archives: STORIES
The wind whistles steadily past like a train. Past the garage where I sit in the dark with a cold cup of yesterday’s coffee, smoking a cigarette I thought I’d given up. I look out at the back yard, brushed … Continue reading
Jack leaves for work at seven a.m. He gets coffee at the diner on 6th and East Elm. He takes it black with two sugars. It keeps him warm and awake. He cannot afford the prices at the trendy coffee … Continue reading
Honestly, my best stories come from a single opening line and today’s just flowed neatly from this: When I was ten, my father handed me a shoebox and told me that in it was a piece of the sky. Just … Continue reading
“Maude Nichols found her husband’s gun, loaded it and shot it directly into her left ear because she couldn’t find the remote for the TV. “
While I’m settling into the WordPress format and repairing whatever mistakes I’ve made along the way, I’ve also made up a new home page for the Mac, one I’d set up a long time ago but never got into. Netvibes … Continue reading