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Coasting Chapter 10

Monday morning came early for George Gully, he was used to the phone cutting into the few hours of sleep he got.

Coasting Chapter 10

Monday morning came early for George Gully, he was used to the phone cutting into the few hours of sleep he got.

ejacula

dracula (the real deal):
you know he’s been rollin’ in his coffin
since ejacula came & took over
the whole vampire scene---
as if it wasn’t hard enough to try and live off the blood of

dead weight

the pouring of compliments
as transparent as cellophane
stacking upon the shoulders &
the attempt to get inside by this
perpetrator seems relentless.

reminiscent of others

Protecting Paradise

Some chose cleverness for they believed that being clever would allow them to make better decisions but the Test revealed that eventually it tended to turn them into glib liars.

The Daily Muse - Sunday, December 4, 2011

An older piece I never posted. I no longer have my red chair and was feeling sentimental. Hey, it happens.

Flightless angels shall fervently stare

A little prismatic wing of love wings back for us all at once to try and cocoon its meaning and discover.

LITTLE BOYS1

There's more

CREATURES1

A bird above the door is at home
Her babies left a little not alone
She visits with feed then goes back out
Patterns observed thru eyes of doubt

MOON MARINER

He said the stars were far away, yet he could hear them sing.
And then he plumed his wings with fire and flew into the sun -

MOONCITY FAIR

He took her away in his golden machine,
_ _ _ Far away are starships lost in time......

Prologue - 1

the first chapter of a looooong story.......... hopefully interesting

RUMOURS OF ALIENS

......And yet we neither hope nor fear .....
From Heaven or from Hell?

PEACE PIPE - CHAPTER SEVEN

Al-Mannai and Schlick discuss hostages while Miandad nearly makes it into the embassy. Elkins and Connolly succeed and so to, does Philip Dalton.

Necessary Separation

Something surprising happens during a visit to a seaside fortune teller.

Cherry

Hello Mum ( The story continues)

Good old mum. Nice to keep in touch....

Feel Good

Let me tell you a story!
There are days when things go wrong. I spill my breakfast, I am late for school, I made someone sad, I feel mad and tired.

the river of life

Look not upon the sun today
as my heart has froze in the night
thawing beads a swirling wreath
upon my cold forehead.

Where i walked now I skate upon a deep river

The Christmas Parable

Chadwick was a wealthy man from London, England. Charlie was a poor man from New York City. Chadwick had a wife named Diana. Charlie had a wife named Molly, and also had nine children.

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