Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Legacy

FICTION, 1,500 words. I was building a house to start a life on some good acreage of farmland in northern Massachusetts. A place to raise my young family; a town with good people and new friends. New friends like Tom, … Continue reading

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Because the Wind

The wind broke a branch off the tip of an old, tall tree. The tree said, I can survive this. The branch said, I cannot. The leaf-covered ground came rushing into sight, but at the last moment the branch got … Continue reading

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My Kind

MY KIND Thinking back to way back, when I didn’t know of people’s differences—differences essentially born to us—I thought I’d play along until another of my kind would come. Now it’s settled into my head that I haven’t settled in, … Continue reading

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