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The Ball And The Bread ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“You’ll stand on one side of the bridge, and I’ll cross it to the other.” Millie considered. Sylvia could be tricky. Sometimes the spunky neighbor was a delightful friend. Other times … not so much. And that’s not counting mishaps. … Continue reading

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The Red Beetle and the Painted Room ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

It was a strange morning, but that is not too unusual. There was a deal with the garden fairies before sleep and then a dream of a curious beetle before waking. The dream so vivid and Alice and Wonderland-like I … Continue reading

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Teaching without Telling ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

If only she could get there … The mist and tears obscured her view, but she trod on, insistent and desperate for the safety of the circle. It had saved her ancestors. It had become a thing of lore. But … Continue reading

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Man In The Straw ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“And the man in the straw danced and danced …” “Till the morning came and changed his chance?” Thomas stroked his granddaughter’s head. She never tired of the story. Her favorite, and she knew it by heart. As he knew … Continue reading

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Together ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

The water was smooth, tranquil, barely a ripple. It was as if the mighty ocean had turned to glass. Michael smiled at the quiet irony. It had been a turbulent few days. Wave after wave after wave had thrashed at … Continue reading

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Pathfinders ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

They filed into the toothy circle, a long double line, holding hands over the green strip that split them apart. The stone pillars stood, immobile, ever present, waiting. There have always been golden fields in all directions. Wild, then cultivated. … Continue reading

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Memory ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Did I hear the wind whisper Your name As it sighed between trees and standing stone? Did I see Your shadow cross a threshold Long buried beneath the empty, grassy plain? Did I sniff the fragrance Of your food Wafted … Continue reading

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Hide And Go Seek ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

It was the best place to play hide and go seek. At least, that’s what they wanted him to think. It was also the best place to go missing. Not that they’d tell him. … He had no reason to … Continue reading

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Still ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Edward walked into the garden. He sniffed the air and frowned. It was a normal early spring day. The grass had completed that shift from dead brown to lively green and the first buds were on the point of bursting … Continue reading

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Embers Hot as Coals~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

She could feel them. That’s why she came. Why she took every opportunity she could to escape the drudgery of sewing and hoeing and weeding and feeding and washing and threshing and mending and tending and all the multitudes of … Continue reading

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