Tag Archives: Poseidon

The Hypocrite

Joel loved statuary. His latest acquisition rested in the center of the garden pond. He walked by it with a smile as he carried a box to towards the fence. He hadn’t quite reached the barrier before the raspy voice … Continue reading

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True Legends

The Team figured out the elaborate lock on the ancient church’s door. Inside they finally found their quarry. It rested between other exotic and beautiful chalices. “The Chalice of Poseidon!” breathed Dr. Abramowitz. “Worth millions I expect,” grinned Wendy, their … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Work – Sunday Photo Fiction

A Mother’s Work Life had gone on with much difficulty for the goddess, Gaea. The goddess of Earth endured many tribulations. At last, her grandson, Zeus had released her son Kronos. The bitter spat between father and son finally ceased … Continue reading

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Unluckiest Find – Sunday Photo Fiction

Unluckiest Find Luther found it on the rocks beside the lighthouse. It was the size of an egg, but infinitely more precious. Delicate strands of helical shell intertwined in complex patterns, forming a lattice around a huge pearl. He held … Continue reading

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