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Hank

Hank visited for three weeks in July.  It was supposed to be two.  He came to town see his daughter, Angel, my neighbor.  Diesel, Angel’s boyfriend, shook his hand when he arrived. “You named your daughter wrong,” Diesel joked. “Nope,” … Continue reading

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Lost in a small notebook

“You can’t swim in a puddle.”  A man said to his lover.  “You can’t fly in a bubble.” “I disagree.” She responded to his speech.  “I’m fairly certain this world’s make believe.”

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Synopsis of T

It was the year T became paralyzed.  He became the poster child for Adults Against Doorway Flipping.  A.A.D.F. was a poor acronym, but the P.T.A. thought the world of them.  They “no-handedly” put doorway flipping amongst school-aged kids into extinction.  … Continue reading

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Frankly

It was a total mushrooms on manure type bliss. I wanted to kiss her cheek, hold her hand, let her pet my bullfrog, Wilfred, all at the same time. We had frantic sex on her dining room floor, but essentially … Continue reading

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