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A Walk with the Damned

March 13, 2015

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We gathered around the tour guide, just off of Bourbon Street. He scanned each member of our group with keen interest, beginning his introduction, “N’Awlins, is a place of history – and intrigue… “The type of place with many an interesting tale to tell on a moonlit summer’s night. The modern world doesn’t understand it, […]

the presence (short story)

September 10, 2012

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He feels particularly on edge tonight, as he sits rigidly in his mahogany chair. Moonlight falls in a bold stripe across the faded rug in the middle of the living room.  The windows are closed but the curtains were drawn carelessly, as somewhat of a hurried afterthought. The silver ray of light that has crept […]

anaïs

October 31, 2011

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On a cold winter’s night, The wind howls outside, In the middle of the city, A restless girl sighs. High up in her tower, As the world passes by, In a soft silken dress, Alluring green eyes.   She lights a few candles, And wallows in their glow, Then feeling distracted, She gazes down below, […]