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Storywrinkle ice rivers11 year 11 months ago
StoryStrange and Familiar Faces rosaliekempthorne121 year 11 months ago
StoryThe Letter rosaliekempthorne21 year 11 months ago
StoryHeels Mary-Ann21 year 11 months ago
StoryGypsy Guy loquaciousicity91 year 11 months ago
StoryOl' Yeller randy-johnson41 year 11 months ago
StoryThe Long Road Home rosaliekempthorne31 year 11 months ago
StoryNo Need For Pal ice rivers21 year 11 months ago
StoryJ Eloquence61 year 11 months ago
StoryThe Last Minute rosaliekempthorne41 year 11 months ago
StoryGone rosaliekempthorne61 year 11 months ago
StoryStory of an Empty Clay Pot (Poem) StillFoundation21 year 11 months ago
StoryHave Faith 74tez21 year 12 months ago
StoryBurning Bright rosaliekempthorne71 year 12 months ago
StoryUnspoken of (Part 2 of 2) rosaliekempthorne32 years 2 days ago
StoryUnspoken Of (Part 1 of 2) rosaliekempthorne12 years 2 days ago
StoryAlways There rosaliekempthorne02 years 1 week ago
StoryDisparity pkroutray62 years 2 weeks ago
StoryManifest yogitree22 years 1 month ago
StoryFORGOTTEN? BIGGUS82 years 1 month ago
StoryPhil Jupitus pissing at the Royal Albert Hall Terrence Oblong72 years 2 months ago
StoryAfter The H-Bomb well-wisher12 years 2 months ago
StoryAngel Face rosaliekempthorne42 years 2 months ago
StoryQurdarian G.A.Grim22 years 2 months ago
StoryYellow G.A.Grim22 years 2 months ago

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My stories

Cherry

So, Choose

You stand on a precipice. Or maybe it’s more like you’re standing at a crossroads. A T Junction. And all the paths are in shadow. Maybe literally:...

Blood Red and Beautiful

You show up at my place. Pull up ostentatiously in the driveway with the gift of a bottle of wine. It’s red and expensive, it catches in the porch...

Santa

We left them out on the windowsill – me and Pippa – piles of breadcrumbs, and crusts, maybe a few vegetable peelings. The sun would be setting, and...
Cherry

Childhood

My grandmother was eighty-four when she gave me the box. It was musty and dog-eared, and held together with masking tape. And in it: a collection of...
Cherry

Perfect

I love about her that she’s perfect. A tight little ball of rightness, no taller than my thigh. But already: she has this magic in her. Put her in...

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