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Danielle was walking down the street when something caught her eye

A massive white cat made a beeline for the little blond girl. Its fur was long and spiky with black eyes like a cat who was on the hunt. It was a mane of...

Cliff didn’t know if he had any friends at all

Cliff’s only friend was Cliff. He was just a very lonely man, and sometimes felt like he had no one at all. Cliff was the one who would always come to Cliff’s defense, like...

“You’re excited to work the night shift,” she said

“Because your first shift’s a good one,” she said. I nodded in agreement. I still couldn’t believe it. This is how much I’m looking forward to it. “I’m excited too,” I told her. I...

The little girl looked up at the knights and said, “It’s telling me

“It’s telling you Carson,” said the knights. “Who is Carson?” Nothing. “I don’t know,” said Danielle. “You’re right,” said the knights. “It only knows you’re Carson. Do you know where I went?” “In my...

My co-worker came into the office this morning

“That man you described at the gate. Is he always this friendly?” “Umm…yeah he’s been friendly for five years.” “Is he a customer, a friend, a neighbor, or a local authority figure?” I asked....

The girl looked up at the two knights sitting on the wall, one with his shield arm around his neck, the other with his...

“Does it matter to you which one?” the knight asked. “No. What does it sound like?” “Loud,” replied the knight. “Haven’t you gotten any closer?” asked a tall woman who had been watching, with...

Danielle walked into the cave

She waited, staring at the giant with its green eyes burning an ugly blue. After a few moments, the giant said its name. “Carson.” “What does Carson mean?” Danielle said. “It means the man...

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It’s not dark enough for me to draw my own blood

Now, here, the silence is broken by a cawing that’s not a bird nor a crow, but an owl. The owl flies directly into the headlights. I see him, a large yellow eyed bird...

My sister was killed in a drunk driving accident

Walking to the beach with my umbrella still on top, I watched the water rippling on the rocky shore and thought to myself…I don’t belong here. I don’t fit in. I want to go...

Three hours pass and the phone rings again

Three hours passes and the phone rings again. A couple of rings. He opens his eyes and smiles at the caller ID. He glances at his watch. 5:46. He looks up and sighs, shaking...