Tag Archives: loss

Portal

Mommy disappeared into the portal on Saturday. Daddy said he thought she didn’t mean too, but she did anyway. Mommy often did things she didn’t really mean to, it was one of her things. One of Daddy ‘s things was … Continue reading

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My Story

Everyone has a story so they say And this may be as it is But be that as it may It does not follow here That any need agree Another’s point of view Means anything to me Or that I … Continue reading

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Train

When I was young my father once took me to see an old train which was kept as a kind of historic relic at the train yard. In those days that sort of trip was exciting, because my father was … Continue reading

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Lost Girl

The forest swallows up The little lost girl Hungry for life To replenish its aching soil Parents will grieve The little lost girl Wandering the pathways Where her little feet have trod She’s just one of many The little lost … Continue reading

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Tempest Rising

They took it all from her. Everything she loved, everything she even stopped a moment to care for, to value. The townsfolk barred her from her home, chased her from the streets. It was too long ago for me to … Continue reading

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(Flash Fiction) Alien

So long ago, a millennium or more in your time, we evolved. We rose out of the whirlpool of our world to achieve what your Buddhists call the release from attachment. Perfect detachment. Our physical form relaxed and withdrew to … Continue reading

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(Flash Fiction) Blackbird

The blackbird came rarely, and when it came, it brought death in its wake. No-one knew why. It was just a bird, and acted no differently to its feathered kin. But time and again this one returned, and every time, … Continue reading

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Schadenfreude – Twenty Six

  What was she trying to tell him? Was she really trying to tell him anything, or was it all part of the game? Obviously she was a liar. But she was a clever one. There would be clues. Intelligence … Continue reading

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Animation – Eighteen

The true nature of a god is loneliness. I know this now. It is the price of such power, it follows in its wake. You cannot commune with others that are, essentially, alien to you. It is to be separate. … Continue reading

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Animation – Seventeen

Once finished, I sleep fitfully, then the next morning, around the time of cafe assignations, I sit at my window to watch. At precisely 10am I see my beloved arrive and sit, happy and excited at a café table. He … Continue reading

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