Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Juggler

The ball appears suspended in the sky. I tossed it up and it will fall to ground but first it has to hang a moment, high and parabolic till it turns around and speeds its way to smack my busy … Continue reading

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Recreation (3 of 3)

Adam almost made the move back to Manhattan, but money was tight and the only way he could support Sharon and Ellen was if he lived in the same house with them. He didn’t exactly get back together with Sharon … Continue reading

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Recreation (2 of 3)

She didn’t see Adam till the end of lunch. Her parents had opted for the buffet instead of the sit-down dining room, which suited salad-loving Sarah, and she was excusing herself from their table when she saw Adam at the … Continue reading

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Recreation (1 of 3)

Adam had never been attracted to someone like Sarah before. He gravitated toward women who resembled his ex: tall dancer types with blonde hair and cool personalities. Sarah was a brunette, around five foot six, cocky and stocky. It was … Continue reading

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Pyrrhus

I see the ball is in my court again. Our graceless game continues with no score or satisfaction, for it’s always when we manage some momentum that you floor me with resentment and forsake all sense. Our match is not … Continue reading

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Password

Whenever he engages me in any conversation, I always watch the motion of his lips. They curve and curl and roll in a delicious invitation to sample them with nibbles and with sips. But that’s a banquet I can ill … Continue reading

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Toilet Training (End)

Still and all, most users have been making sure that the toilet flushes. Most of us put up with the situation. But at least a couple of times a day someone exits the ladies’ room without completing the flush, leaving … Continue reading

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