Category Archives: Fiction

His Story

The Sovereign had angelic children, all of them bright and promising, each of them well-brought-up, and well-provided for.  The eldest knew his father well, and envied his father, if truth be told, though why this should be so, I cannot … Continue reading

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Lost in the Scenery

Drat!  Now this is EXACTLY why I won’t let myself imagine in color:  Because I ALWAYS get lost in the scenery if I do.  I have absolutely no sense of time.  I am “directionally challenged” in my home town.  So … Continue reading

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Fly Away

Penney is a perfectly normal three-year-old; except that Penney can fly. Now what’s a mother to do? Flying at three, you say? Can her parents fly too? No they cannot. Nor can any other human. Penney flies because she can, … Continue reading

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The Agnostic Shepherd

This is dismal.  Some have heard angels sing.  Some say that star leads to a faraway hope.  My feet are wet, and I have no idea why it has to snow again tonight.  I am looking for a lamb that … Continue reading

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Writers Block #52: The Agnostic Shepherd

    This is dismal.  Some have heard angels sing.  Some say that star leads to a faraway hope.  My feet are wet, and I have no idea why it has to snow again tonight.  I am looking for a … Continue reading

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