Tag Archives: Fable

A Punny Tale

On the planet Patteron lived two humanoids groups. One was striped, the other checked. They were the same race, of course (skin coloring being their only difference), but few acknowledged this. Police Officer Striper (striped), lost the crook (checked) during … Continue reading

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The Contract Fable

Pietro’s tiny paintings made him famous throughout Europe. Certainly, part of his success came from the presence of the Inspiration Devil, Babylonix. The little horned beast stood a tiny four centimeters high, but he offered giant benefits. Pietro never lacked … Continue reading

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A Rainbow Fable

Traci knocked on the door of the little trailer…at the end of the rainbow. Mr. Bowman ushered her in with a rainbow smile. “You’re lucky,” he said. “You only found me because I forgot the protective magic spell.” “Oh sorry!” … Continue reading

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Modern Fable

Monique visited the Indian cultural festival alone. Phil wouldn’t go to it, or any festival. Inside the auditorium, she met Anup, who was selling flowers. “These aren’t just any flowers,” explained Anup. “They’re magical!” “How so?” smirked Monique. Magic? Right! … Continue reading

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The Story Trees

Once there was a land dark and gray. Little grew in this place of dirt and stone. The evenings were silent as people gathered round fires saying nothing. No one knew a story to tell. Into this land walked a … Continue reading

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A Fable Of Color

In the gray concrete streets, bitter, gray people roamed. If someone dropped their groceries, no one paused to help. No one offered a smile to their neighbor. Maddie Kinkaid sat at a cafe within this dismal existence sipping bitter coffee. … Continue reading

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A Fable of Love

Hate is not just a concept, it’s a tangible thing. Despite it’s apparent ethereal nature, it has a measurable affect on living things. If science had only worked out the mathematics of it, they might understand the life-cycle of the … Continue reading

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