Category Archives: Short Stories

A Chance Encounter…a very short story

“Please, leave me alone,” she sighed. “Why?” he asked. “Can’t you see that I’m busy?” “Sure I can, but so what?” “Ah,” she said.  “You must have siblings, right?” “I do. How did you know?” “People who have sibs are … Continue reading

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Lana and Tommy…very short story

“Why, do you insist on washing your hands?  Have you learned nothing, over the years?” “I’ve told you a million times, I can’t just lick my hands,” sighed Lana. “You have hands, you have a tongue, what IS the problem?” … Continue reading

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Annie…Short story…25 The End…Finis

Annie walked through the gate and strolled down the street.  White wings were standing on both sides of the lane, watching in silence, as she passed. When she finally came to the place where the angel had given her instructions, … Continue reading

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The lady and the artist…a very short story

It was a warm, sunny day.  Business was brisk, for he artists who stood on the street offering to draw portraits of the tourists walking by.  A young woman stood in the shadow of a building watching the artists hawk … Continue reading

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Annie…Short story…24

Annie and several cats walked to the corner.  “I’ll just stand here,” she said, because it felt just like what she should do.  The cats seemed to agree, so that’s what they all did.  Actually, the cats sat on top … Continue reading

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Annie, Short story…23

“Annie,” said Lucifer, carefully.  “You do know what an archangel is, don’t you?” “Sure, but I don’t care.  And you can’t do it, Lucifer.  My mom said that it has to be me.” “But he’s powerful, Annie.  Almost as powerful … Continue reading

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Annie…Short story…22

“ANNIE,” shouted Lucifer. Cats ran into the room and piled on top of her.  They were howling and meowing at the top of their lungs. Lucifer tried to push them off, but Clark grabbed his shoulders and said, “Let them … Continue reading

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