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Season of the Serpent

By: Cara Swann

...rizzle misting the manicured lawns - such a dreary and dismal day, Chelsea thought. As they got out, the rain suddenly came down hard, a fierce straig... ...o be found, stopped... After a few days of being alone with these tortured thoughts, Chelsea returned to her small apartment, and went back to work. H... ...kly stood, averting her face. "Hey, I understand. I'm at a loss too, but I thought if I could talk to you, or just listen, that sometimes helps." She ...

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No Old When the Flesh Grows Old Who Knows What Is Told

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A Ranma 1/2 Fanfic : By Stefan Twoflower Gagne

...es on safety, it's being carted away for destruction..." "Destruction?" Ranma asked. "I thought the library didn't burn books!" "It doesn't... ...uch?" "HA! Demonic is more like it." "Hrm... maybe I ought to call the MoD," Genma thought. "Forget it, dad," Ranma said. "I'm not ma... ...ke him?" Akane asked. "Baka? Who're you calling a--" Something's wrong here, Genma thought. Extenders don't normally disapprove of who the...

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Haunted Southland Tales

By: W. Stuart Harris

...could see several ducks at play across the lake, but there were no other sounds to disturb my serene thoughts. I was at peace with the world. Then su... ...ded it onward, panic rising as she heard another similar eerie shriek echo throughout the woods. She thought aboutthe rifle hanging on the wall back i... ...oughout the woods. She thought aboutthe rifle hanging on the wall back in the cabin...why hadn't she thought to bring it along? When the high, thin wa...

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First Woman

By: Katja

... the opposite of what was happening to me as I became less and less solid, thoughts blending dissolving as if stunned by hot dry air. The chemicals of... ...ose bars that is like someone’s cool basement party, and can you believe I thought I was pregnant? It is too small and pitiful, the shape of my person... ... this process toward honesty, I want to hold onto the poems I wrote when I thought about intrigue, flirtation, danger, thought it was the center of me...

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... largest cow in the world,? made of a similar substance, ironically exactly the opposite of what was happening to me as I became less and less solid, thoughts blending dissolving as if stunned by hot dry air. The chemicals of my mind my body the dynamic pattern itself surely evanescent, clear like liqueur, like the Chambord in a twisted James Bond glass, drunk at one of th...

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World's Best Moms : A Collection of Memories

By: Editor Bob, Compiler
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Mary Asher Short Stories : A Study in Irony

... in a university.' 52 53 'I am not after racism or sexism or money,' she thought, as she was 54 preparing for her graduation from the History Depart... ... heart and not in the economy.' 58 59 As she was handed her diploma, she thought, 'This will be for the 60 greater good of humanity.' 61 62 She ha... ...2 She had chosen to take her GRE exam after graduation. 'This way,' 63 she thought, 'I will have plenty of time to study for the test. 64 Then I will ... ... the Southern twang with uncultured simple living without great art 274 or literature. Behind the face of every white town-person she saw 275 the hear... ...al. It is also illegal to smoke 315 pot.) 316 317 She came to her English Literature class one February morning expecting 318 to lead the class in a ... ...ch consisted largely of masturbation. 326 327 'We came here to read great literature,' she screamed, 'Not to waste 328 ourselves on this trash!' She ...

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...Excerpt: 'I am not after racism or sexism or money,' she thought, as she was preparing for her graduation from the History Department. 'I have learned from the mistakes of past generations. I know the oneness of humanity and that the greatness of the best civilizations has been in ...

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Mary Asher Short Stories : A Study in Irony

... in a university.' 52 53 'I am not after racism or sexism or money,' she thought, as she was 54 preparing for her graduation from the History Depar... ... heart and not in the economy.' 58 59 As she was handed her diploma, she thought, 'This will be for the 60 greater good of humanity.' 61 62 She h... ... She had chosen to take her GRE exam after graduation. 'This way,' 63 she thought, 'I will have plenty of time to study for the test. 64 Then I will... ...the Southern twang with uncultured simple living without great art 274 or literature. Behind the face of every white town-person she saw 275 the hea... .... It is also illegal to smoke 315 pot.) 316 317 She came to her English Literature class one February morning expecting 318 to lead the class in a... ...h consisted largely of masturbation. 326 327 'We came here to read great literature,' she screamed, 'Not to waste 328 ourselves on this trash!' She...

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...ived in. 'The business school,' she often snorted, 'should be in a trade school, not in a university. 'I am not after racism or sexism or money,' she thought, as she was preparing for her graduation from the History Department. 'I have learned from the mistakes of past generations. I know the oneness of humanity and that the greatness of the best civilizations has been in ...

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Kiss of Death

...hts; the night seemed ominously gloomy. A suitable match for his mood, he thought with brooding despair. Soon he was streaking along I-65 south, mel...

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Previously Published Work

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No Such Place as Faraway

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People, Children's Poetry

...in the sky above, Upon a black curtain, I saw a light, a twinkle. First, I thought, a distant star, So very, very far away, Beyond reach, beyond me. B...

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Cobwebs in the Corner

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Selected Poetry

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Existence 2

By: Stephen Grossman

...estion is considered as a possibility) Once a goal is selected, no further thought is required. One now only needs to relate explicitly what is alread... ...s and methods exist. Now, do not limit your understanding of this line of 'thought' to the categorization of existence as the incorporation of thought... ...itions. To Plato, the matter-form dichotomy is crucial, to Descartes it is thought-reality, to Hume it is perception-conception. Ther...

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Lord November : The Man-Space Thing War

By: Daniel Keys Moran

...concern about the empire might have been over-cautious; some in the Church thought so. True, the sleem had been growing restless, had more than once r... ...sen, vast and mortal. The muscles in his stomach clenched painfully and he thought he would be sick inside his ship. A Presence touched his awareness,... ...o side, and Corona said in a voice gone completely flat, "No." "I thought you said the debris was going to miss us!" "It was when we ran ...

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