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the higher realm disaster tale continues

From a sudden rip in the ether a blurry paint roller driven by unadulterated willpower burst upon the conference between the messenger descended from a high plane and the working class wordsmith, pinpointing the latter, laying a coat of a … Continue reading

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just say no to the higher realms

Then the messenger who’d descended from a higher plane for the sake of helping a befuddled wordsmith, said, “perhaps all signs are pointing to sitting down for a joyous breakfast.” The wordsmith found anger maintenance hard just then and decided … Continue reading

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another go at… uh…. you know what

There was a beginning oblivious to its true nature. Sources bearing far fewer official credentials arose in later years claiming the truth was not at all as the conventional accounts record, insisting that this particularly wily and frankly unwieldy beginning … Continue reading

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another excerpt from another unfinished wip

The falcons who pestered Cloud Number Nine and the high-strung manager who in turn was compelled to pester Cloud Controller Claude, were, respectively, Falcon Eddie and Falcon Chuck. Eddie and Chuck at last grew bored pestering Cloud Number Nine and … Continue reading

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this is more like it

The afternoon cloud controller formed an irritated scowl; of course, the scowl was formed on the countenance of the afternoon cloud controller; the scowl formation born because of a sudden ringing sensation crying from the telecom screen. Now a ringing … Continue reading

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another piece of my untitled wip

Many of the colonies sprang so fast into functional existence because of allies who donated acreage though some had trouble accessing comfort as in slipping smoothly into pleasant dreams when the night deepened and the crack of a twig or … Continue reading

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excerpt from this morning’s efforts on a new untitled project

Reverend Jameson’s observation was proving to be prophetically spot on. Labeling pleasures ‘forbidden’ only increased interest to taste them. Should the interest be avid enough a reader could interpret any text or an observer a natural scene as reason enough … Continue reading

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