Category Archives: Short Stories

Carla and the Little Boy

Her name was Carla Lotozinski, but they’ll edit this to make sure a woman doesn’t get hurt. Because only little boys do. Her last name was [bleep], and if I told you she gave me the sexual education of a … Continue reading

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When Women are KINGS 2 ๐Ÿ‘‘ย 

EPISODE 2 While they kept discussing about their families and the economy of the country and how expensive things are in the market and how their ladies been giving them very little and be expecting very much. They had complained … Continue reading

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๐Ÿ’”NepTune lounge ๐Ÿ‘™

Neptune Lounge… In the mornings I was just a cashier at a bank close to my place where I am all dressed in a suit and at night, I work as a waitress in a lounge where I hardly covered … Continue reading

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Toledo, OH 1996

Toledo, OH 1996   The boys lived in the East Side of Toledo, which sat east of the Maumee River, hence the name. Two bridges connected connected the isolated side of town to the city: the Hi-Level Bridge and the … Continue reading

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Now Mary is Depressed

Mary was back home now, watching HGTV, spefically an episode about her favorite midgets. I think dwarf is the right word. Or is it little person. I apologize that wasn’t politically correct. She kept telling herself she was a fool … Continue reading

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Twittering Tale #34 – 12 June 2017

Originally posted on like mercury colliding…:
About the challenge: Each Tuesday I will provide a prompt, and your mission, if you choose to play along, is to tell a story based on that prompt in 140 characters or less. If…

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The Ongoing Adventure of Mary

For Yesterday’s Installment, go here!   #2   Hello, said Tom, her late husband. Mary glanced out the window afraid of what she would find. Again, there was another tingling sensation. It’s me Tom, he said, and kissed her cheek. … Continue reading

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