Monthly Archives: April 2012

What They Won’t Say

What They Won’t Say “Write if you please. Sincerely, Jonathan.” She stared at the crumpled piece of paper that had arrived in the water-logged envelope. His messy writing stared back at her. The stationary and envelope must have both soaked … Continue reading

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Afflictions of a Romantic Heart II

Afflictions of a Romantic Heart II She snuck into the other room, taking her thoughts and questions with her.  He slept on the couch, unaware of her absence. She didn’t understand it.  She couldn’t fathom why she stayed when she … Continue reading

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Afflictions of a Romantic Heart

Afflictions of a Romantic Heart Maybe it was silly, but she was a romantic.  At heart, all she wanted was to be someone’s one and only, to have someone’s sun rise and set with her.  She wanted love and passion … Continue reading

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The First Snow

The First Snow “I don’t think I ever bin this cold in my whole life,” the man mumbled through chattering teeth. He sat huddled in the dirt while around them snow fell. He pulled tighter his coat and tried to … Continue reading

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Words

There were words.  They were just beginning to surface.  Sometimes she had to bite them back, force them away.  Keep them from spilling off her lips and into the vacant space between them.  As yet, they were only her words.  … Continue reading

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Andover

July 1693 Stepping into the summer’s bright light was like waking from a nightmare.  The heavy weariness, the lingering foreboding, but the feeling, the knowing, that it was over.  I blinked, lifted a hand to my brow, and shielded my … Continue reading

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