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Wicker ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Photo by Sue Vincent So you are saying that sunlight has magical powers? Yes, over evil it does.  You see, it is full of purity.  It destroys monsters. Right.  There is a certain orange monster I’d like to expose to … Continue reading

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Monochrome ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

And on the sixth day it was decreed that all color, hue and chroma would be banished from the world.  * It was raining.  Again.  Not hard, just a little cold drizzle.  Andy drew his jacket a little tighter and … Continue reading

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Up the leafy lane ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

I’m sure this is the place. I remember the path that wound its way first through cultivated farmland then abandoned fields and young woodland. There was perhaps less unworked land then, and the trees were slender saplings. Now nature has … Continue reading

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Releasing A Jamie ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Cassandra Apostrophe thought geography field trips with year 10 were like being consigned to one of the seven halls of hell, alongside dinner with her Aunt Joanne where she was expected to plead for her inheritance and her annual checkup … Continue reading

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The Back Door Out of the Wizard’s Saloon ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Long centuries ago, when “The Wizard’s Saloon” had first been established, the population of its visitors, many but not all from Britain and the European nations on Earth, were illiterate, or read and spoke languages not native to the proprietor. … Continue reading

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Timeless ~Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Time began from nothing.  There was void, nothing, and then grey as the Universe spun up. Damn, I thought to myself, I must have slipped again. It often took a few days to get my bearings again after a slip, … Continue reading

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Fragrant ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

A fragrant breeze blew in through the open window, causing the curtains to flutter. Todd walked over to close it, but Cindy stopped him with a shake of her head. The bit of late spring wind smelled of green and … Continue reading

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Bookpunk ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Eleven-year-old Keel watched his thirteen-year-old sister Alina from behind as she trudged down the alleyway. “C’mon. Don’t wanna b late,” she signaled. The thin, waif-like boy, walking through January’s half-frozen muddy puddles in dirty, sandaled feet, dressed in over-sized khaki … Continue reading

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Honor ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

The way the sun rose sluggishly that morning; the way the mist clung to the tree branches, refusing to let go; the way the birds wouldn’t roost or stop to eat at any of the feeders, restlessly flapping from place … Continue reading

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Microfiction: Untrodden ~ Isabel Caves #writephoto

They ask me why I walk alone in the snow. In the cold where no one else walks. Where the trees are bare and the moon is far. They see only loneliness in the white. But I cherish the snow. … Continue reading

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