Category Archives: Short Stories

Red…

He would stand out anywhere, even without the red shoes.  But they were his trademark, that’s how he got his name.  If you saw the shoes, you went in the other direction and you didn’t stop running, until you fell.  … Continue reading

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Marge…a short story about a very brave sheep.

Marge came from a tough neighborhood.   A “bad” farm, everyone said.  She grew up fast and aggressive.  She didn’t like the way humans threw sheep to the ground and stole their coats.  She didn’t like a lot of things, especially … Continue reading

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Mr. Jordon Langley, Part 3

“Okay, are you happy now?” Asked Mr. Langley.  “I’ve had an entire pot of coffee and I’m shaking like a leaf from all the caffeine.  Look at me,” he said, holding out his trembling hands. “Oh, boo hoo.  You humans … Continue reading

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Mr. Jordon Langley…part 2

Mr. Langley knew the camera couldn’t be staring at him.  He knew, in his heart and mind, that camera’s didn’t have opinions either.  But he also knew that the camera, sitting in front of him, was doing both of those … Continue reading

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Mr. Langley…part one

This camera was found in an alley, by Jordon T. Langley, a forty-five year old, accountant, who always wanted to be a photographer.   Langley was…mmmm, a little bit different than most other people who took pictures for fun, or profit.  … Continue reading

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Ian…

Ian’s mother was born in England.  She came to America in a tote bag carried on a plane by a nice lady who slept most of the way across the ocean.   When she unpacked and found her, she laughed and … Continue reading

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Henry…a short story about a mouse.

Henry was voted most wonderful, all-around mouse, in his school.  His reaction was one of great embarrassment.  Henry, it seemed, didn’t feel wonderful, or all-around, in any way, shape or form.  Henry, felt like a regular, everyday mouse.  He didn’t … Continue reading

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