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Hiding Ma's Shoes

- Sissy was fourteen and a force to be reckoned with. She was the oldest girl on the ranch, but not known for being the busiest. Truth be told, she drove her Ma nuts. Sissy and her siblings did not pay...

By: chippihc | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 4.8| Added: 02 Mar 2020

Never Trust a Barkeep- Bag Lady, G-man And Brolly Dolly’s Friday Night Continues...

- Acting on impulse; farting to temporarily stun the Sargent, I pluck a cocktail umbrella from the raging woman’s dress. Impromptu dart blowing weapon fashioned with the pink straw. My jaw set as I lo...

By: Emx | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 27 Jan 2018

Inconsequential Garbage Man Nonsense For “Bags”

- Sashaying, (or should I say, sacheting?) back, Rumps is eerily quiet. Not a solitary belch marks my return. ”TRAADAAAAAAA!” I shout, twirling around the ‘exercise’ pole for maximum impact. Volumino...

By: Emx | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 23 Jan 2018

Janet and John - The Fish Shop Encounter

- A story written in the style of the Janet and John books that I used to read as a child. In this story, though, Janet is John's wife. John can be rather simple, and she always sends him out on errand...

By: Martin | Category: Humor | Score: 5| Added: 07 Jan 2017

How would you like your bear meat?

- One of the funniest, yet simplest things I have ever seen since working with children happened on Thursday and even now, just thinking and writing about it, I have the giggles again. We have a 'family...

By: LauraDanielle | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 20 Nov 2016

Come on with Me

- Come on with me, Let's run and let's play Let's go outside, Lot's to do today. Into the woods, We can go and romp Stroll down the lane, There's a puddle to stomp. Walk on the lawn, With grass twee...

By: meredith | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Jul 2015

Orphans (Intro and scene 1, act 1)

- Henry O'Connor: An orphan abandoned by his father Alexander O'Connor at Oakenhill's orphanage. He is paralyzed in his legs and deathly ill will cancer. He is best friends with Mickey and Lucy two othe...

By: Rebellious_Soul | Category: Plays | Score: 4.9| Added: 03 Nov 2014

Sword Fighting With Cattails

- I waded through pink and white sweet pea blossoms And through tall wide bladed razor grass Until I stood in the muddy water Where the weapons of our warfare grew I chose one for my worthy...

By: fallingdove | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 4.6| Added: 16 Jan 2014

My Fantasy

- Cards held to my chest Who I see is who I be Off on a vision quest Running wild and free Few taken to be my guest Never fearing a decree Not damaging my nest Safely inside my fantasy ...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 20 Sep 2013

Ode to Somniloquy

- An humourous ode, written to cheer up a tired and glum friend whose nightly slumbers were disturbed by just such chatter as is detailed in this limerick - but without the surprise ending... ...

By: gypsy | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.2| Added: 08 May 2013

High School Hijinks

- We all remember high school. It was filled with fond memories of friends, first loves, teachers, bullies, jocks, cheerleaders, snobs, nerds, geeks, socialites and the rest of the students. There was o...

By: frogprince | Category: Humor | Score: 4.6| Added: 06 Feb 2013

The Cruet Set

- The Cuet Set. This winter afternoon my grandson, Rowan, asked to play with my salt and pepper cruet in the form of two people arms open to be hugged. Yes I said but be careful don’t bas...

By: courage2bfree | Category: Poetry | Score: 3.8| Added: 08 Feb 2012