Tag Archives: Fables

The Rabbit and the Pea Pod

The Rabbit and the Pea Pod There was a rabbit who liked to say he was above his fellow compatriot’s leisurely activities if you know what I mean 😉 But someday this rabbit felt lonely, which is why he found … Continue reading

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The Alien and the Human (A New Age Fable)

The Alien and the Human There once was an alien who tried to convince a human he was real. He did this with telepathy, to which humans not-so-kindly refer to as schizophrenia. At first the human was sad, because he … Continue reading

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The Telephone Pole and the Glove

There once was a telephone pole that stood on the edge of the sidwealk. It was a lonely pole, one that was in need of a friend. And every day that telephone pole waited hoping one day for that friend … Continue reading

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The Dog and the Yellow School Bus

The Dog and The Yellow School Bus   There once was a dog named Ghotti who was a mutt. And every day Ghotti would sit in his owner’s house on a couch waiting patiently for a yellow school bus to … Continue reading

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the mouse and the cherub

The mouse and the cherub Once upon a time there was a little blue computer mouse with a circular button in its middle that could be twirled and flicked, and sometimes when no one was looking, even licked. And it … Continue reading

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The Clawhammer and the Casket

There once was a casket that was nailed shut. It was filled with some cobwebs but that doesn’t matter. The casket was made of plywood and nailed in very hastily manner, almost as if it was afraid of something. Not … Continue reading

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The Sandman: The Dream Hunters (comic, 1999)

Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman was, is, and forever will be the greatest comic book series. I exaggerate, but there’s little doubt to how influential and great the series was. Here was a comic series that felt literary and weighty, a … Continue reading

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