Month: January 2016

Glass By Penny Hill

It was the way she stumbled through the door
The redness of her hazy eyes,
The thinness of her voice
slurring sounds that made no sense

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Little House of Words, Juditha Dowd

Chas thought of himself as a plainspoken guy. It bugged him when Diane used language tricks—metaphors, maxims, things like that—especially when she used them to make points during a spat. Diane’s “sayings,” he called them.

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FROM VAMPIRE, Justin Campana

FROM VAMPIRE, Justin Campana   I know what happened. I know how I did it. Now, I need to know how to fix this. What happened before is a long story. I lived in Transylvania, living with my strict, strict mother and my even...

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FURNISHED ROOMS, Wendy Jones

Thought you knew I was married, man. Have a wife and a daughter. Still married–on paper. Been almost seven years since we been together. Haven’t seen either of them since. But I still think about her, my daughter, I mean.

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