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PROCRASTINATION PAYS ILL REWARDS

  Ellen was dog-tired because of procrastination, the bain of her life which resulted in her communication essay not being completed until near three o’clock this morning.  She had sluggishly made it down the stairs when she remembered having left … Continue reading

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TWO WRONGS MAKE A RIGHT

“Where did all these footprints come from?” mused Detective Sam Smith.  He had been called because all the silver coins had been taken from the fountain.  The footprints should have been a good clue, except for one thing.  The wet … Continue reading

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HOW TO DEAL WITH A LOUSE

Prompt:  Tell  the story of why this room is empty! She got the furnishings; he got the house. She took the baby; he’s left with a mouse. He got bare walls, broken floors, and grief She finally struck back and … Continue reading

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AN AGED LOVE

Why do I come? Why do I continue to sit with you.  Why did I spend time with you every day although you did not know me or know that I was there?  Then you were bound to the bed, now bound … Continue reading

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LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT – TWICE

I can’t vouch for the truth of this story, but this is the way it was told to me by my great aunt Polly whose mother lived in a forlorn area of Illinois.  She became an intimate friend to Jennie … Continue reading

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