Category Archives: Relationships

Guest Story by Zeny May Dy Recidoro – Blue Dawn

[Dearest Zeny, Thank you so much for submitting this wonderfully written story. I’m sorry it took so long to post.. I really love this story and wanted to illustrate something special for it. It took me quite a few tries. … Continue reading

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Saturday Rejects – Spiders, Melting Faces and Brothels

One more week and a backlog of beautiful works by Wendy I just haven’t been able to deliver words for. I’m a terrible blog partner, yet she has been patient with me and we have not yet begun scratching at … Continue reading

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Guest Story by Ré Harris – Mother, You’re Over Reacting

[Today’s post is another guest story from a good friend of our’s over at Sparks In Shadows, Ré Harris. She too is an aspiring writer with a pension for helping others – a passion we’ve gratefully been on the receiving … Continue reading

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The Silence Of Moths

It’s dark.  Quiet now. I can hardly stand the silence.  It only amplifies the sound of my thoughts.  They’re like a million moths relentlessly throwing themselves at the porch light we used to sit under on warm summer nights.  They … Continue reading

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Shadows Of The Heart

All men have shadows. Not all men know their shadows by first name. Hank did. It had been three years since Hank’s love, Norma, had passed. He’d been by her side since her eighteenth birthday when he had made her … Continue reading

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It Is What It Is

Fred Ferguson was a self-made man. He’d built an empire on his own hunched shoulders through a lifetime of calculated steps, and sheer force of will when those steps became stumbles. His sharpest weapon, logic. His staunchest ally, pragmatism. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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