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Mother’s Last Laugh

For twenty years, the children of Mrs. Adeline McCarthy impatiently waited for their wealthy mother’s death. Finally, the crazy old woman succumbed to a lingering illness. Harold and his sister Lizzie listened as the lawyer began reading the will. “For the record, I am reading the last will and testament of Adeline McCarthy, dated September… Continue reading Mother’s Last Laugh

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The Meeting

The two great leaders met in the Arizona desert. Alone. No one in the President’s administration knew of this meeting. If word got out, his political enemies would ruin him, much as they had his father. But the risk of doing nothing were too great. Young Trump, as the President was affectionately known, watched as… Continue reading The Meeting

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Bus Stops, Bus Goes

Alice waits at the bus stop, remembering. Thoughts of how quickly everything changed often filled her mind when not otherwise occupied. Once she had a wonderful job, a caring husband. A home and family. Without notice, it all disappeared. Alice, that’s not true, they said. There were signs. Why spoil happiness? she would reply. At… Continue reading Bus Stops, Bus Goes

200-word · Flash Fiction · Photo Prompts · Sunday Photo Fiction

Sunday Photo Fiction: The Red Rider

Marcus Darksmyth, the Wolverine of Wall Street, eyes the tele-monitors hanging on the walls of his massive office. A brilliant man with a tenancy for evil, Darksmyth craved chaos. Today, using his influence with the corrupt police department, he placed off-limit signs on a perfectly good stretch of a busy sidewalk. Darksmyth chuckles as he… Continue reading Sunday Photo Fiction: The Red Rider