Monthly Archives: August 2018

The True Essence

“It’s a magic mirror!” said Charles, the Senator’s majordomo. He aimed it towards the giant city. “In the reflection we can see the origins of things. See? The city of Megapolis began as a farmhouse.” “Really?” drawled Senator Graves, looking … Continue reading

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A Myth Returned

In Holder Bay, people sincerely believed a mermaid lived in the waters. Every year they held a lantern festival, hoping to hear her song once more. Becka placed her phone in the lantern to guard it from sand. “The ringtone … Continue reading

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A Memory Rejected

Evan was starting to regret bringing Julian to the museum. The boy just couldn’t relate. He pointed to a display of plants, “Julian, look! That’s grass.” Julian squinted. “Is that an herb?” “No! It used to grow everywhere. People used … Continue reading

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