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by Clyde Liffey
That damn rabbit–or one of his kin–has been watching me off and on
since mid-morning, always from the same distance twenty or thirty
feet away, mocking me.
Waiting for Spring
by Hermine Robinson
When Lloyd Greenway headed for the shed after his morning walk
instead of coming in for his coffee and a stab at the daily word
search, his wife knew he was up to no good.
by John Biggs
“Them red ants are the worst. There’s millions of them, like the Red
Army that gobbled up half of Europe back in the war.”
I Saw You
by Lori Hahnel
The living room glows through black tree silhouettes. The cab pulls
away as I approach the door, smell frost in the still air.
by Maggie Bàra
No matter how far The Astronaut trekked into space, intergalactics,
universes or extradimensionalities, he still felt the claustrophobia.
by Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois
King Pascal of old Guatamala was buried with twenty-six pounds of
jade, jade representing eternity.