Lucifer’s Last Love

Fiction & Short Stories

Every story has two sides. And so does love…It was a love that required no words to express it, for it existed in everything as its source and therefore between things as its purpose. Love flourished in silence. Until the silence was broken.

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Laughter’s Reason

Fiction & Short Stories

The closer she would come to reaching the appropriate decibel and a plausible duration, the perfect balance of pitch and tone, a precise degree of backward head tilt and the occasional snort followed by an emergency “oops” and a graceful hand gesture covering her mouth just enough to display embarrassment but not regret, the more she would begin to believe her own laugh.

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The Bibliophile

Fiction & Short Stories

The gentleman’s perversion was only evident in his reading habits. No one knew him the way his books did. And that is clearly how he preferred it.

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Last Night’s Light

Fiction & Short Stories

The night began with her scent, faint and distant. Then it surrounded me as I stood in its birthplace.

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Open Waters

Fiction & Short Stories

She stood unaccompanied in the room of hushed conversations and snide laughter.

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Abacus | Stream of Consciousness Saturday

Fiction & Short Stories

My entry for this week’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday, hosted by Linda G. Hill.

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Laughter’s Reason


Fiction & Short Stories

The closer she would come to reaching the appropriate decibel and a plausible duration, the perfect balance of pitch and tone, a precise degree of backward head tilt and the occasional snort followed by an emergency “oops” and a graceful hand gesture covering her mouth just enough to display embarrassment but not regret, the more she would begin to believe her own laugh.

Friday, January 19th, 2018