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Story #52 – Woodpecker

Trevor was getting too old to cut down trees. He had done it his whole life, from the time he first picked up an axe his parents had him out in the forest working with his father. When he was … Continue reading

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Story #39 – Dead Endy

The afternoon was warm and sunny.  The sleek glass skin of the buildings reflected the sparse cumulus clouds grazing like fluffy white buffalo in the azure.  Along the thin seam where one building would meet the sky, clouds pulled apart … Continue reading

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Story #22 – the spins

On his way up the escalator, Jim looked down over the handrail and vertigo immediately seized him. Below was an endless-seeming corkscrew of steps twisting down and away from wherever he was heading. A cool wind blew by nipping at … Continue reading

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Story #14 – You Get Used To It. 

(A letter from the future received somehow on paper and written in cursive) The Future is coming for you. Haha. That sounded ominous didn’t it? Haha. Don’t worry because things haven’t really changed that much. We still don’t have hoverboards … Continue reading

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Story #6 – What We Carry.

She carries a table up and down the beach every day. It’s a small table, but she has to be careful to hold it level. It is laden with silver bracelets and semi-precious stones which she sells to the tourists … Continue reading

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