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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

Calm After the Storm

Is it calm or is it calamity?

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Three Thirty Three

Those quiet, private moments are those I cherish most. Some are real, some are fiction. They are romantic all the same.

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

LANDS OUT YONDER

In a different time, in a different place, there was a different way of life...

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

DEATH DEALER

The death dealer does not always wear a black robe, does not always carry a sythe, and rarely arrives announced.

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

THE STREET

A poem? A very short story? A cryptic thought? Hell if I know!

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

TAKE CHARGE?

Careful what you wish for?

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

COPYCAT KILLER

This day and age of who made who and why maybe I should give that a try.

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

Beware the Silhouettes

A very loud owl moved into the woods surrounding my cabin so this ones for that owl.

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

Salvation

Another poem/microfiction story about homelessness, survival, and winter.

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

DOWN THE WANTON ROAD

DOWN THE WANTON ROAD, part 1 of 2, based on the prompt word "overwhelmed". Part 2 is based on the prompt word "obsess".

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marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

DON'T TAKE WHAT'S NOT YOURS

A very short story made up of 4 haikus. It's 57 words and 68 syllables.

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birdyodell
birdyodell Gifted Writer found words, flash fiction, art©️

A truly terrifying and very short story.

Me and social events are a no.

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DOWN THE WANTON ROAD

DOWN THE WANTON ROAD, part 2 of 2, based on the prompt word "obsess". Part 1 was based on the prompt word "overwhelmed"

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girl in the world

A secret comma story about a girl called Johana...

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Secret Admirer

I have been watching you. It started as an accident of timing. We take the same train into the city every morning and I could not help but notice you. You are a rare sliver of beauty against a backdro...

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Immediate Invasion

When it happened, I was shopping for sandpaper to round the rough edge on the wooden handrail of my porch steps. The alien attack came quickly. Some tried to leave the massive hardware store but I kne...

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Asleep in the Closet

In the dream, he’s about to marry a beautiful woman that he doesn’t remember ever seeing before. She seems nice enough and she acts as though they are in love. In the dream, they’re celebrating the pe...

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Stand Up

That night, at a standup comedy open mic, in front of the local veterans and misguided dabblers, he stood up. He said the words he’d practiced. He wrapped his hands around the microphone so the audien...

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Sincerely

To whom it may concern, I can’t fix the world. It requires more mending than my humble heart can manage. Still, that doesn’t mean I won’t try to make it better. By 100worddash http://www.100worddash.c...

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Loneliness

“Back then, the disease of loneliness wasn’t understood the way it is now. You see, in so many major centers of the world, the idea of the village, a small community that loved and supported its membe...

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