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The Wall

The soldier walked along the road in confusion. Carrying his rifle in ready position, he scanned the area as he walked as if he were the point man and his platoon was walking behind him. However, he was alone; there was no platoon following him. With a fogged mind he walked. His combat gear a heavy burden, but he continued walking, walking to somewhere he didn't know. He didn't remember his...

Added 26 Feb 2014 | Category Fantasy | Votes 2 | Avg Score 5 | Views 879

The Calamity Express.

"Leave the driving to us" Greyhound announces in their commercials. I'm most obliged to leave the driving to them, hoping my trip from point A to point B is a safe and relaxing experience. However, when Murphy’s Law boards the bus with you, what can go wrong, will go wrong. Please sit back, as the drivers say on the bus intercom, and enjoy the ride. I say sit back with me as you read...

Added 17 Oct 2013 | Category Humor | Votes 0 | Avg Score 0 | Views 875

The Silent Guns

The setting sun created an eerie twilight in the woods, where only moments before, sounds of war raged. As the golden orange and red clouds stimulated Privet Barney Jackson’s soul, he thought it was strange that even on the battle field, the sunset was something to behold in awe. As the twilight gave way to night, he said a small prayer that the war would soon be over and he could go home...

Added 09 Mar 2013 | Category Action | Votes 1 | Avg Score 4 | Views 1,408 | 1 Comment

Editor's Pick Mr. Raymond's Jingling Jangling Wagon

Mr. Raymond's Jingling Jangling Wagon Mr. Raymond had so many pots and pans and other metal objects hanging from his pushcart he could not move it a couple of feet without the noise alerting the folks on Mulberry Lane that he was on his way. He was the Mulberry Lane peddler and philosopher whose wit and wisdom offered his customers not only something they might need or want, but...

Added 01 Mar 2013 | Category General | Votes 8 | Avg Score 4.63 | Views 1,925 | 5 Comments

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