He sent her mysterious emails, Continue reading Myster E
There was, if not exactly a clearing, then a less dense patch of vegetation, more open to the sky, to one side of the track. Between slender trees he could see low walls—the broken outline of some long-collapsed dwelling. Continue reading Girl
Reginald Alpine had only one flaw. He kept it under a loose board in his bedroom. It was precious to him, and after a long hard day of being perfect, he would come home, lift the board, take it out and cuddle it.
It is said that Peacemaster Watkins and Peacemaster Carruthers, the two greatest Peacemasters the West had ever known, once met at a small bridge. It is rumoured Continue reading Peacemastery
“This is the situation, sir. Your body is quite full of parts, what we call ‘organs.’ Continue reading The Surgeon
Life is pretty good, Bob reflected, since the hydroponics module came on line. Better than he had expected to experience any time before his retirement, for sure. Continue reading Bob Takes a Crap
He pushed aside another of the strange thorny vines, using the stout stick he had so providently carved two weeks or so before. Continue reading The Book
Duckmaster Q39 had a thing. He used it to perform certain unobserved actions. No one knew. Over the course of his life mystery slowly accumulated around him, forming a mist, a curtain, a wall, and finally a fortress of unknown strangeness. One day he stepped inside, and he never came out.
He hugged her and hugged her again. Her body, warm within his arms, was so captivating that having to leave it felt painful. Continue reading Cheating
Once there was a little girl. She was found in the woods by a kind old woman. The woman took her home and raised her as her own child. Continue reading A Short Life