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The After Hours – Friday Fictioneers

Wednesday, in the midst of a workday, yet it seems like the after hours. The dust begins to settle reverberating in the emptiness of the station. Tickets withheld in the absence of people not rushing to get somewhere. The jewelry … Continue reading

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Expecting Serra – Friday Fictioneers

Without a tug on the reins, Ticonderoga’s hooves stop at the castle. I dismount, flowers in hand. My heart adjusts to the expectations of seeing Serra. My eyes immediately dart to the topmost window. Oh My Serra…long, brown tresses hidden … Continue reading

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A Gray Matter

This was a prompt by Rochelle at Friday Fictioneers. In exactly 100 words, write a story about the selected photograph. When I blacked out, the last thing I remember seeing was the fire truck. My head hurts…I feel all wet. What’s … Continue reading

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The Player Piano

This is a prompt by Rochelle at Friday Fictioneers. In 100 words, write a story about the selected photograph. Check her out for some fun in writing! Dexter Fort eyed the player piano in the corner of the antique shop. … Continue reading

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Mendel’s Menagerie

This was a prompt by Rochelle at Friday Fictioneers. In 100 words, write a story about the selected photograph. Check her out for some fun in collaborations! My eyes failed me as I disembarked the helicopter. I walked over to … Continue reading

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