Date posted: November 16, 2012 | Author: | 669 Comments »

Categories: Challenges Childhood Family Other Writing Short Stories

Mystery at Midnight© by Elizabeth C. Main “‘Fraidy cat, ‘fraidy cat!”  Sam danced around the kitchen table, keeping out of his sister’s range.  “Want me to look under your bed and chase out the ghosts, ba-a-by?”  He drew out the last word. “No, I don’t!”  she shot back.  “You’re just the biggest, biggest . .
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Date posted: November 5, 2012 | Author: | 534 Comments »

Categories: Dogs Grief Life Pets Poetry

PATSY’S QUAIL I take solace from their competence As they scurry around her grave, Nurses tending a bedside. They chitter and consult, Grey uniforms plumed and neat, Feet tracking the fresh dirt. They run busily about, Taking readings, Making notes. Bringing the illusion of order and aid. At night they retreat into the blackness, Their
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