Gone by Ronald Robert Moore

Gone by Ronald Robert Moore

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?by Ronald Robert Moore   Joe and Sparky ambled between the linear rows of orange trees. Joe proudly gripped the Sharpshooter bee-bee gun his father had given him for his…
Revenge by Leanne Adler

Revenge by Leanne Adler

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by Leanne Adler Good lord, please start, Gloria thought as her eyes roamed the busy room and she registered the faces of the colleagues she knew, the ones she didn't…
Life As A Tattoo by J White

Life As A Tattoo by J White

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I walk out of the paper factory all sweaty and pissed off. My tattoo-covered arms are dripping with dirty sweat. My long hair and beard are full of dust and bits of raw paper as tiny as gnats. It is always the same at the paper factory in the summer time. By day?s end I am sweaty and pissed.
Cowgirl Love By Gary V. Powell

Cowgirl Love By Gary V. Powell

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She was pretty as the Sierra Madres in winter, leaving her girlfriends behind to sip their beers. The boy she danced with couldn?t rope calves much less break broncos, while she could have ridden bulls into the ground. I sipped Bourbon and watched her rhinestones shimmer, her hips sharp enough to rip denim.
Marilyn Monroe Moment by Courtney Smart

Marilyn Monroe Moment by Courtney Smart

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by Courtney Smart There is not a teenage girl more sheltered, na?ve, and always out of my place than me; honestly, I am from a bleak, dirt town with a…
The Tile by Veronique Kootstra

The Tile by Veronique Kootstra

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?Waiting for change always seems to take longer than you would expect.? Amy must have read this sentence thousands of times. If it was a saying by a famous writer or philosopher she might see the point, but they?re her mum?s own words. The yellow tile stands out against pale blue wall; the writing is done in black, calligraphic letters.