Tag Archives: Dia De Los Muertos

Tradition – Sunday Photo Fiction

Tradition Manolito received the figurine in a little town outside Tulancingo. He stopped there for juice to cool down, but also he sought happiness. With luck, he might at last find a woman he could love. Looking back, he realized, … Continue reading

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Illusions – Grammar Ghoul Press

Illusions Revelers dressed in bright colors, cavorted through the graveyard. Dia De Los Muertos was a happy event. A time where one celebrates relatives who had passed on, but no joy buoyed Rafaella’s heart. She’d swept Papa’s grave clean of … Continue reading

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