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A PROMISE KEEPER

Armon stepped out of the cab, straightened his tie, and with a sigh he faced the merry-go-round.  On the other side he would become hale-fellow-well-met, inventive, energetic, next in line for assistant vice president. No let down for ten hours when … Continue reading

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RULING OF THE JUDGE

I did it but they had no proof – only circumstantial evidence.  There was a vote against first degree because “ill intent” was not proven.  Four men, eight women recommended twenty years for second degree and called it justice.  Justice!  … Continue reading

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AT WHAT PRICE – FAME?

It had been a spectacular day and all the town’s hoopla had been for his sake.  What more could he want?  Evelyn had gone on home and left him with his thoughts.  He needed a bit of quiet time to … Continue reading

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OMEN FROM GOD

I’m sort of laughing at myself knowing many of you fictioneers like morbid mysterious stuff. I considered writing about Luke’s jealous nature and the mysterious disappearance of Lucy’s former boyfriend. Ending with “What is that red liquid dropping under that … Continue reading

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TIM AND EVA – AN ORDINARY COUPLE

Tim and Eva honeymooned by the silvery stream with shiny fish of glittering gold.  “Hey, Ev, honey, let’s do a little fly fishing.” “O, Sweetheart, I’d rather stay inside and organize our wedding pictures.” Fifty years slipped along smoothly as … Continue reading

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EARL GOES FAR

From childhood Earl’s dad had told him he was going far, so Earl is on his way! At eight Earl wanted some roller skates. At eighteen Earl wanted to race a motorcycle. At twenty-eight  Earl wanted to own a Harley … Continue reading

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GOD’S LOVE

As a raindrop in the ocean As a ripple in the sea So is my understanding Of what God’s love is to me. . He would sacrifice his Son for me? That is inconceivable, Beyond what is believable It’s an … Continue reading

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TURNING LOOSE IS HARD TO DO

Looking out the lone window, I see an ornament on the leaf-stripped tree. With other ornaments, they were a beautiful sight dancing in the breeze reminding me of days gone by. Now I can hardly move but sometime I thrash … Continue reading

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THE PATH NOT TAKEN

About 1950, daddy made a deposit on a chicken farm in Oregon. When we returned to our farm in SE Colorado, mother became ill and could not move. Daddy lost the deposit. How would I be different if we had … Continue reading

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THE ADDICTION TREE

Did you ever have a tree you didn’t want to grow? So you chop off all the topping but leave the roots below. You raise arms victoriously, you’re champion of the wild! The roots below watch and know, and give … Continue reading

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