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A Cute Dog

Jake peered through a gap in the rusted gate. “There it is. That’s the one Mr. Hewitt wants.” Anthony looked after him. It played in the back yard. “That’s the cutest dog I’ve ever seen!” “Yeah, it’s even got it’s … Continue reading

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The Fish Expert

The small town of Anagnos on the Grecian coast enjoyed a reputation for great fishing. Part of this was due to the exploits and the sage advice blog of The Fish Expert. Stewart trudged along the beach past tourists and … Continue reading

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This Isn’t Going To Turn Out Well

Mick and Murphy were wild horses, but they didn’t know they were wild. They lived in a horse-riding park, but curiously no humans ever bothered to capture them. Both stallions possessed a prominent mutation, but they didn’t realize they had … Continue reading

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The New Normal

“Dad, what are all these boats doing?” said sixteen-year old Brandon. He pointed at the boats crowding into to village’s harbor. “They’re all medical people, son,” said Vince. “They’re here to help.” Brandon frowned. “I didn’t know we had problems.” … 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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The Mutation

Photo by: The Reclining Gentleman Two rabbits sat on their haunches before the daffodil flower. “That’s the one.” Harry pointed with his paw. “Lovely!” exclaimed Bonnie. “I’m going to eat that flower. It’ll be Nirvana!” The daffodil turned its head … Continue reading

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No Problems

Roland desperately wanted to buy Gavin’s ranch. As he sat on Gavin’s porch eating steaks, he tried to convince the man once more. Roland took another bite of ribeye as crowds of Gavin’s peacocks stared intensely at them from the … Continue reading

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