Tag Archives: Gods

The Trick

Randy had searched the Earth, and figured out the trick. He made a potion from eagle feathers, scorpion poison, and many other things. He stood on a rocky outcrop and drank, knowing he would become a god more powerful than … Continue reading

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Great Narwhal

The largest Narwhals ever seen could be found off the hamlet of Haavsket in northern Norway. That’s what brought famed Narwhal hunter, Sven Brinoche to its shores. “This is a bad time to hunt for Narwhal,” said hamlet elder, Erling. … Continue reading

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Worse Than Rain

Bernard rushed into the bus stop. The pouring rain had soaked him through. “Curse the gods!” he growled. A man with wet blue eyes who held an ornate umbrella heard this. “Excuse me,” he said. “I think it’s unwise to … Continue reading

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Truth in Advertising – Friday Fictioneers

Truth in Advertising The seaside market in the old Grecian city would amaze most. Vincent noticed none of it. He felt like arguing. The sign on the food stall read: World’s Best Gyros! Even the Gods eat my food! “That … Continue reading

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When Gods Lust – Trifextra

Written for Trifextra: Week Ninety-Three. A limerick about lusty gods begins after the image. See the link below for the back story. When Gods Lust Trāyastriṃśa Nandi lusted for sweet Asura Riju Her golden thighs and eyes he could never … Continue reading

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