The Caravan

This post submitted to Friday Fictioneers. “The illegals live there, officer.” The homeless man motioned ahead. Here on the southwest edge of the city it was quite dirty and the area under the… Continue reading

Philosophical Friday

  Before Eating, always take a little time to thank the food.   Arapaho

Terror in the Synagogue

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. His carving could wait. Irving was late for service. Entering the parking lot he heard gunshots. Rushing into the building he saw David and Cecil face… Continue reading

Philosophical Fridays

City park in Kyoto Japan.   “Autumn… the year’s last, loveliest smile.” – William Cullen Bryant

The First One

The following short story is written for Friday Fictioneers. Don’t be afraid. Your not going to be the first for goodness sakes. Thousands of people have survived and lived to tell about it.… Continue reading

Cover My Tracks. Please.

This  post is submitted to Friday Fictioneers.   The snow was unexpected. It was not in the weather forecast. The yard was like a large whiteboard waiting for the artist. The snow presented… Continue reading

James Tower For Sale

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers.  The great James Tower, located at 1 Lake Front Drive, in Homosassa Florida, is  a 4-story, mixed-use Skyscraper that just came on the market.  James  Tower served… Continue reading

The Walnut Tree Killed Him

The sound of the angry buzzsaw could be heard a mile away. The old black walnut tree had graced our horse farm for two generations of the Horton family. Little did we know… Continue reading

What in The Hell Were We Thinking

This post is submitted to Sunday Photo Fiction Challenge. He did the math in his head. It was just over 60 years ago that he carrier her over the threshold in an overpriced… Continue reading

Early Morning Haze

Originally posted on Photos by Ravi:
As the sun rises, a surreal morning haze on the river ….. Early Morning Haze

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