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Lost in Translation

LOST IN TRANSLATION Kevin reached into his backpack. “I’ve got a surprise for you.” My heart raced. A proposal? At last? He pulled out a strange-looking sign. “What’s that?” I asked. “It’s to keep anyone from ‘rounding that curve we … Continue reading

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Heaven

Heaven My boat drifts toward Berrisford Harbor, as waves lap gently against the hull. I squint to make out the oceanview penthouse I once shared with Pops and imagine him staring out the window. Sixty years since I last visited … Continue reading

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Farewell, My Boy

Farewell, My Boy Don’t be sad for me even as you see my scattered remnants. Mine was a bountiful life. From the day I first peeked from moist earth and found sunshine to the day I survived the clearing of … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers: Tangled Web

Tangled Web Franck flicked a piece of lint from his gray blazer. “Fourth marriage, yah? Perhaps you’d like to see our new experimental fabric?” he asked, staring at Jolene down his well-designed nose. She squirmed as the cartoonish snooty dress … Continue reading

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Chasing Harry

Chasing Harry “Harry, where are you?” I called for the umpteenth time, certain I’d seen my beagle run into the hat booth. “If you don’t come out right now, I’m leaving without you!” Right. Like I could ever leave behind … Continue reading

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