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Perspective

Ana ran her thumb over the cool hard surface of the river rock.  “Mom, I feel like this stone.  All this pain, it’s wearing me down.” Grace’s empathic senses could feel the pounding in her daughter’s skull, the constant headaches … Continue reading

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A Candle for Santa

The store was bustling with shoppers. Andy Williams could be heard singing out from the store’s piped in music, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” Santa Clause was stationed just slightly off from the toy department. A long line of … Continue reading

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All the Pretty Colors

“You can’t know what it’s like to be me, to be able to do the things I can do. I can’t talk about it. It’s not safe.” He’s shaking from fear and tired from holding it all in for so … Continue reading

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The Shadow Monster

Run, run, run, as fast as you can. My legs are burning from the pace. Adrenaline moves me forward faster and faster. I have to lose him, if only I can out run him in the confusion of the forest. … Continue reading

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Night of a Thousand Lambancies

She’s a little crazy, but that’s part of her charm. It’s only 20 degrees outside and she wants to go star gazing. She may be crazy, but I’m crazy about her, so I’ll follow wherever she leads me. Go ahead. … Continue reading

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Storm Fever?

I’m in the mood for a good storm. In my mind it would begin like this: early autumn evening cool electric twisting trees the color of fire clouds hurry, racing twilight dark dancing towers froth and provoke an indigo bruised … Continue reading

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