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Annie…Short Story…11

“Dead?” whispered Annie.  ” You mean I killed him?” “Of course you didn’t kill him,” said Lucifer patiently. “I put him somewhere.” “You didn’t kill him,” he said, once again. There was a sudden pounding on the door.  “Open up … Continue reading

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Annie…Short story…9

The birthday party was in full swing.  Catnip was everywhere and there were empty  dishes, with dried salmon, piled in the sink.  The birthday song was over and some of the cats were running up the walls, while others were … Continue reading

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Annie…8

Gabriel was surround by thick, white mist. “Hello?” he said, but his word simply hung in the air and did not move an inch.  “HELLO!” he shouted, but nothing changed, which made Gabriel testy, since he was used to getting his … Continue reading

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Annie…7

There was a tap on the front door and several of the cats started to hiss and do Halloween cat, backs arched, running sideways on their toes, their fur standing straight up into the air. “It’s him,” sighed Annie.  “I … Continue reading

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Annie 6…Seven years later

“I’ll get the door,” shouted Annie, transferring the kitten in her arms to a blanket on a soft, fat, red chair. “Okay,” said Clark, “but make it fast, lunch will be ready in two minutes.” Annie jerked open the door … Continue reading

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Annie…5

“You knew my mom?” “I did.  She was brave, outspoken, fearless, intelligent and beautiful.  Se was like a little sister to me.  You look just like her.” “Did you know my father?” “Yes.” “Why didn’t you like him?” “He took … Continue reading

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Annie…a short story

“I don’t WANT to be a guardian angel,” she said, stamping her foot. “Your test scores show that’s what you are best suited to be,” sighed the angel. “Test scores don’t MEAN anything,” she said, folding her arms across her … Continue reading

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