Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Killer’s Thoughts…

I used to think people lived forever.   They reached a certain age and joined grandma and the others someplace up in the clouds. That’s what my mother used to say. I was young, maybe 7 or 8 when I … Continue reading

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At The End Of Day…

The games sometimes lasted until dark. In the field behind the Saunder’s house, Jack and his three buddies, Willie, Robert, and Tommy, defended their makeshift diamond against familiar challengers from other streets in the neighborhood. As Summer came to a … Continue reading

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If These Shoes Could Talk

We used to run. Every morning, rain or shine we were together, trudging along. I felt your hands, full of life as they lifted me from the closet before nimble toes found their way past my tongue, filling me with … Continue reading

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Doctor’s Office

Waiting in the sterile room under the cold fluorescent lights, Paul stared at the tile on the floor, studying the shapes and their disregard to any semblenc of a pattern, just speckles of black and gray with the occasional smidge of … Continue reading

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Shelf Life

There was a time when I was clutched tightly and revered, picked up gently and often by familiar hands that turned my pages with eager anticipation of my chapters. I was cherished. The words that are tattooed into my pages … Continue reading

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