The Box

‘He wasn’t even in the car with me anymore, he was just sitting by himself outside the driver’s side door with his hands on his head and his pants around his ankles’, the crackling voice on the other line laughed as she took another drag off of her freshly lit cigarette. ‘Fuck, how do you…

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In Case He Comes Back

Most people wouldn’t step foot inside Mrs. Doloras’ home. The rumors spread like wildfire after her son died. She herself, of course, did not believe these rumors, but she also didn’t very well like putting herself into potentially dangerous situations. The situation was out of her hands, however, as she was hired to do a…

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Ken

Be sure to read Tinder Date before this one! When she opened her eyes she saw Ken, Ken from the office. ‘What the fuck Ken, you scared the shit out of me’! She realized in that mortifying instant that her hand was still down her skirt. ‘I can see that, you look a little, uh…preoccupied.’…

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Obsession

She couldn’t avert her eyes no matter how hard she tried, Jenifer walking through the room with a purpose, each step accentuating her hips in the most wonderful way. She was the personification of unrealistic expectations for women. The way clothes should fit, the way they looked on the mannequins, that’s how she wore them….

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Jenifer

She reapplied her lipstick quickly, grabbing her phone from the center console of her car before she ran through the rain to the comfort of her dry, well-lit home. He wasn’t home yet, but she knew she still had to hurry around to get the children fed, dinner made, and the house somewhat clean. She…

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It’s Not New, But…

Sometimes you need to fall back in love with your own writing. I found this old piece and am going to work on it today. For now, read and enjoy! The Beginning Have you ever looked outside when it just begins to rain, when the clouds have clearly just that very second become too heavy…

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Control

‘An Attack like None our Precinct has Witnessed Before’.  The headlines glared at him from across the counter. Of course they hadn’t witnessed anything like this before, he had never done anything like this before. And here, in this small shithole town? Unheard of. But he liked it here, he always had. He had to…

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Something Special

Subtle and soft. Sweet and serene. You walked with such simple self-assurance. You were sleek and smart and so superbly special.  It scared me to see you, to actually see you in such a way. I knew you as soft-hearted and secure. Seamless and smooth. But seeing you, again, was simply something special.  Speaking softly, I…

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What Happens When the Stars Go Out

Taking a minor creative break in my day led me to my favorite time-wasting site, CreepyPasta, which instead of leading me to my usual fix of b rated horror, has led me to one of the most powerful pieces I have read in a while!! It’s about a 15-minute read, and worth every time-wasting minute!!…

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