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“I hid a note in there.” She blushed. “What’d it say?” “Not telling. You’ll have to find it.” “I’m not sticking my hand in there,” she said, arms crossed. He snickered. “That’s ‘cause you’re chicken.” “Am not!” Her heart beat … Continue reading

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Happy Place

A lucky koi am I To live here Surrounded by gardens And best of all, stacked rocks Because I remember stories My grandfather told me Of watching monks stack one by one One by one In Japan Before he was … Continue reading

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Beautiful Once

Beautiful Once Drizzle chilled her as she stared at the house across the street. It must have been beautiful once. Beautiful once. How could she not compare its demise to her marriage? It had been beautiful once, too. Her gaze, … Continue reading

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#FridayFictioneers #FlashFiction: Climbing

I’ve been “away” for the last few weeks and have all kinds of excuses that I won’t bore you with. The important thing is, I’m glad to be back with Madison Woods and the rest of the Fictioneers. I’ve missed … Continue reading

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