Category Archives: Short Stories

Fishsurfing…a very short story

Pixabay Meijer It was a warm and sunny day.  Burt looked to the sky and saw that the fish were flying, so he packed up his gear and headed to the ocean.  Roping fish, was never an easy thing to … Continue reading

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From their own lips…a very short story

Pixabay   “Why am I naked?” “Babies are often naked and that’s the way you were painted.” “I’m freezing and I look ridiculous.” “I wish I could help you.” “You could share one of the multiple layers of clothing you’re … Continue reading

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A very short story about kindness and love…

“I can’t hear you.” “CUZ YOU’RE VERY BIG AND THAT MAKES YOU FAR AWAY FROM ME.” “Are you an ant?” “NO, I’M A GIRL.” “I can’t hear you.  Can you speak up?” “I SAID I’M A GIRL!” “Oh, you’re a … Continue reading

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The Inbetween…

Pixabay KAZ They were there, when the tomb was opened.  Perfectly preserved.  Books, before books were born into the world at the hands of humans.  They didn’t know how it was possible. The tomb was intact,  Yet there they were, … Continue reading

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The Prince…a short tale and a post script

“Why aren’t you paying any attention to me?” he asked, confusion clear on his face. “Go away,” she said, picking up her pace. “But I’m your Prince.” “Don’t need one, don’t want one, now leave, before you get hurt.” “Maybe … Continue reading

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Swirl…

Photograph by:  Debbie The beings who existed on Swirl were happy and lived long and wonderful lives.  It was always 75 degrees, except where it wasn’t, and the atmosphere was perfection.  The rain, when it fell, was warm and made … Continue reading

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*The old man in the street…

“Great,” thought the old man, laying in the street.  “They never told me it was going to be like this,” he grumbled, leaning on his elbow, unable to rise.  “I wouldn’t have taken the assignment, if I knew this was … Continue reading

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