Category Archives: Short Stories

A very short story about GOD…

“Why do you always tip-toe past the cat, when she’s on the chair?” he asked. “Because she might be sleeping,” she answered. “She’s always sleeping but even if you wake her, she’ll just close her eyes and go back to … Continue reading

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The Merry-go-round…a short story

She sat on the park bench, two full grocery bags and buckets filled with water, at her feet. She stared at the Merry-go-round.  It wouldn’t be long now, it was almost midnight. The moon was playing peek-a-boo, ducking behind clouds, … Continue reading

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The conversation…

“Why do you wear skulls?” he asked, staring at her. “Because death is part of life,” she said.  “It’s good to be reminded that we shouldn’t take time for granted.  Why don’t you wear them?” “Excuse me?” “Why do you … Continue reading

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Stars…

  “Look at them,” said the star, gazing at earth.  “They do the same thing everyday.  Well, almost everyday.  Talk about a waste of time.  Don’t they know there are other things they could be doing?” “Actually, no.  Humans are … Continue reading

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Explorers…A short story

Calvin and Diana sat on the park bench and watched people walk by. “Do you think any of them have the slightest inkling about the things sharing their space?” asked Calvin. “If they did there would be a lot more … Continue reading

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Not a Bookstore…

Not a Bookstore wasn’t your everyday, brick and mortar, shop. It also wasn’t just sitting there on a street.  It was a difficult store to find, since it had a tendency to change shape and it kept moving from one … Continue reading

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A super short story about love…

“How do I know that you love me?” asked the girl, frowning. “Because I told you that I love you,” he sighed. “But I don’t know what love is.  I don’t know how it’s supposed to feel.” “When you leave … Continue reading

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