The Heist (193 Words) There’s something about a market in the early morning. Very little traffic, few passersby. The smell of humidity under the slow-rising sun. Pam glanced at her watch. It was a quarter past six in the morning. Soon they would be here. “What’s taking them so long?”
The Invisible Thief (54 Words) Ever since she had eaten that magic acorn, Ellie realized there really were perks to being invisible.
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While I’m waiting for “The Three Sisters” to come out tomorrow . . . Back in 1972, on their first album after CSNY split, Graham Nash knocked off a little ditty called “Blacknotes,” released on the album Graham Nash David Crosby. At only 58 seconds, the tune barely had time…
On the theme of “Reservation,” why not write about one of the greatest social enigmas of all–getting to know a stranger? And what if that stranger just happened to be the world’s most savage literary critic, Edgar Allan Poe? Wallie and I decided to explore the reservations between strangers (and not-quite strangers) meeting for theContinue reading “Your Reputation Precedes You”
This brief post is a warm salute to that anomaly among pirate captains, Jack Sparrow. Wallie and I saw the new film and we simply do not know where all those bad reviews come from! This is, at any rate, a brief sketch with words to that rare fellow what makes pirating a vocation, vacation, andContinue reading “Pirates Ahoy!”