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Safari…a short story

“Okay, everyone stay together.  If you get lost, look for this gigantic flower I’m holding up,” she said, shaking the huge yellow daisy.  “But please, don’t wander away.  Some of the animals can be unpredictable and vicious.  They are all … Continue reading

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Exit…

She grew up, playing in the forest.  She knew all the animals, and often slept surrounded by rabbits, squirrels, and birds.  The forest was beautiful during the sunny days of spring and summer.  Cooler during blustery fall.  When cold winter … Continue reading

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Swan Lake…and The Lovely Duckling…

Swan Lake is hidden in a quiet place, where humans cannot tread.  It’s a place filled with swans of all ages and colors, swans from all places.  They instinctively know where the Lake is nestled, the water pure and clean, … Continue reading

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a short story about america…

“How many died today?” asked the tech. “Fourteen, but three more are hanging on by a thread,” said the doctor.  “It’s touch and go. All but two were teens.” “How many more have to die because of them?” “As many … Continue reading

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WOMAN HOLDING UMBRELLA…a short story

She just wanted to go for a walk.  It was supposed to rain, so she brought her umbrella and then she somehow, she lost her shoes and when she looked up, the sky was white and she could feel the … Continue reading

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Knock, knock…Short story

“Knock, knock,” she said, standing in the doorway. “Who’s there?” he asked smiling. “No, I just said that because you don’t have a door and I didn’t want to barge in.” “Oh, I thought it was one of those jokes.  … Continue reading

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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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