Category Archive for 'Short Stories'

Baby that just ain’t your way

‚ÄěThere was this woman. Tall, blonde (of course), lovely curved red stained lips with a light spot on the right side. The rest was all necklace, jeans, boots and some abundant baggage in the front, if you know what I mean. She moved easily, lambent curves, soft hips, tight muscles, a dream of a woman. […]

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The sign of the crow

Oh those evil evil crows! They are here again. Everywhere. One. Two. Three. Many. Oh so many! What’s with them gathering in nowhere land? Attending black magic festivities, orgies, sacrifices, watching movies, nibbling popcorn? Are they normal? As opposed to me? They are always here. Same spot. You could adjust all variables of the world […]

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The claustrophobic man

‘It is not that trite,’ said the tall mustached man, ‘You see, it all shatters with the fact that I have a very small bed. I am afraid of my own bed! Imagine that!’ The psychotherapist felt at a loss. They had been discussing how to avoid tight places for the last eight sessions eliminating […]

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Ted and the last red paper heart

‘Forty two,’ said the little boy as he carefully placed his finished red paper heart in the round cardboard box. He closed the lid. Closed his eyes. So tired. His big watermelon smile proved that he was more than pleased with his achievement. ‘Thirty five to gooooooo!’ his mother exclaimed, pretending to be cheery. She […]

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