Monthly Archives: May 2014

Cipher

A novel theme of nothingness I write. A journey into zero is my goal. I’ll tell a hundred stories to invite your mind, inspire you, embrace your soul in legend arms to whirl you in the dance demanded by the … Continue reading

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Kindling (3 of 3)

It was never calm in room 312 when Michelle was there. She smoked incessantly and she tossed her lit matches into the round metal waste basket. After the third trashcan fire, Mel had to conclude that Michelle liked the flames. … Continue reading

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Kindling (2 of 3)

There was a posse of guys from Wilmington, but after some sifting three emerged distinct: two Alans and a Moe. The first Alan was brilliant at math and adept at French, and he was just then changing his name spelling … Continue reading

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Kindling (1 of 3)

Well sure Mel has a split personality. Who doesn’t? It’s not a problem unless it’s a problem. She’s always been bright. Very cerebral. And she’s always been fascinated with sex. So she has two strains of relationships: the deviants and … Continue reading

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Forecast

They say we’ll have a wind today. We’ll sit beneath immobile haze between two highs. Your head will ache; you’ll have a coughing fit. And more’s the startle that these facts surprise. Is anyone awake? Why be so shocked to … Continue reading

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Vandalism

It seems some rabid fundamentalist attempted to redecorate my trunk by prying off the ambulating fish that names the Beagle’s passenger. To junk my gentle symbol was a zealot’s aim, but unsuccess was his ambition’s lot. He popped the back … Continue reading

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Pretention (Part 3 of 3)

No lifelong relationships came out of Room 6, but none of them forgot their time together. Melanie’s family moved out of the area at the beginning of her junior year in high school, but she corresponded with a few friends … Continue reading

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