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Raging Art

Ryan Hennessy had rage issues. He eventually found solace, a means to control his impulses through art, specifically graffiti art. Unfortunately, the city of Detroit had a dim view of this medium. That’s how the city of Austin became the … Continue reading

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Managing Just Fine

Lillian Mattingly stood merely 4’10” tall. At twenty-three she ran a general store alone. Unheard of in 1857. Maddie Evenson, wealthy wife of the Mayor, tittered haughtily, “Still no man, yet?” She pointed at the dresses drying fifteen feet up. … Continue reading

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Dumb Guy

“I took my pet wolverine to the bar,” sighed Gemma. “So?” said Lucy. “Wolfie is well-behaved.” “Brent was there.” Lucy winced. “Brent the bully?” “Yeah. He tried to pull Wolfie’s tail.” “And then…?” “Well, the doctors think they can reattach … Continue reading

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Avengement

Raj could still recall the classroom after his parents moved to Minneapolis. The desks were clean and the classroom walls polished. It was a step up from the crude stone classrooms in Sri Lanka. He should’ve counted himself lucky that … Continue reading

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The Biggest Reason – Grammar Ghoul Press

The Biggest Reason Reed Pulaski was timid. It might seem strange that he could become Vice-President of Security at Hawkins Financial LLP, but management had compelling reasons for placing him there. As Reed opened the door to the cafeteria in … Continue reading

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2.58 Gees – Trifecta Week Seventy-Seven

The following is for Trifecta’s Week Seventy-Seven writing challenge. Word count must be between 33 and 333 words. The word of the week is the third definition for “deliberate.” My entry begins after the image. The challenge page may be … Continue reading

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