Category Archives: Short Stories

Milkweed And Southbound

The leaves still glow shades of bright green making a line between whatever color the sky may be. The heat has lost strength through the atmosphere and the passing seems to give way to the festivities of gathering. There is … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice

The sun has shifted closest to this spinning orb. Looking for gravity in the right direction, being pulled to the exciting with felicity carves pathways through the barriers that may have been raised from the very same hands that search … Continue reading

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Birch Beer Today

Riveting, the music of anticipation. Trying to make the world happen in shape of desires is the one thing we look to achieve and in this natural chaos of life that smiles while we make our attempt. Some things do … Continue reading

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Springtime Welcome

Is it the reason or the rhyme that captivates me? There was a time that I had many justifications for what I believed. So sure with righteousness because a long time was spent researching ideas and learning them, certain did … Continue reading

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Bread

The bread on the table began to cool. It was one thing he could make to perfection. As a calculated person, the ingredients were put through a sifter and measurements were carefully placed into fractioned pitcher. In the end the … Continue reading

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Secrets

There are times when you work to keep a secret. The days pass carefully orchestrating an image of what you want to bury. In what would be the shade of a blossoming tree, the slush fell quietly on the cement. … Continue reading

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Lobsters, Developing And Destroying

Some lobsters travel on the ocean floor, leaving the Continental Shelf for over 225 miles to reach the nesting grounds when the temperature is right. There they set the eggs free from their underbelly. They eat their shells after molting … Continue reading

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The Day Of The Bird

Walking across the street in a line tall birds waddle forward as the sun begins to set around 4:30PM. The light is just right on the tall grass now golden yellow. There are woods that line the road separating natural … Continue reading

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November After A Hurricane Named Sandy

Waiting in line. All these lines recently. Going to act on my right as an American to be part of choosing. It was a traumatic time that calmly went about it’s business. The trees fell that were not as securely … Continue reading

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Find A Bushel

Days late because my favorite season captures me in many tranquil escapes. I venture to thoughts of life and death to experience an appreciation for the time we have. Green expands, colors fill and brown with gray retracts back to … Continue reading

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