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I touch my belly and feel the beginning, the very beginning of change

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  3. Saturday, 18 May 2019
Staring at that corner I know one thing, and I know it real clear, at once: this lovely dress, made of heavy satin and trimmed with lace and beading and what not, which I’ve dyed, the morning after the wedding, orange at the top and purple at the bottom, so it can still be used in the future—like, a...

Do No Harm: Unlawful Harvest by @pdworkmanauthor

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  3. Friday, 17 May 2019
MacKenzie reached for the ringing phone, trying to drag herself from sleep, but her hand encountered only the empty base of the phone, the wireless handset missing.   She pried her eyes open while feeling for it on the bedside table, knocking off keys and a glass and an empty bottle and other detrit...

I must wake up. Can I?

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  3. Wednesday, 15 May 2019
If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here https://chirb.it/nwfIy5 G rowing up, I didn’t care for fairytale characters. The one I disliked the most was Sleeping Beauty . Unfortunately, now I’ve turned into one.  This may sound like vanity, so let me be more precise. I don’t know about the Be...

Without light, you cannot begin to appreciate darkness

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  3. Saturday, 11 May 2019
Michael laid a hand against the door. Its lacquer finish failed to protect the wood stain from fading, after years of exposure to the elements. He pressed down the rusty handle. With a screech of its hinges, the door swung open. “Hello! Anyone home?” he called, feeling awkward for invading a private...

Do No Harm: If A Tree Falls by @robertikatz

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  3. Wednesday, 08 May 2019
S eamus Sullivan was a very large man with a crooked smile, gentle brown eyes and a short, tangled beard. He lived in a small house constructed of pre-fab logs that stood on a wooded plot just outside of town. For the area, it was a common enough looking house, with a brick chimney, double-paned win...

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