Saturday, May 28, 2016

Story Cubes 17: Keys (fiction)

I walked to the middle of the bridge, slow as a turtle. Then I dropped my keys into the water, perhaps startling the fish down there. They were my the keys to the old house, the one we lost in the fire. I guess I was saying goodbye, in a way, to that life. I looked up at the sky. No rainbow there. Then my phone rang. "It's six o'clock", she said. "Where are you?" "It's only early morning on the other side of the globe", I said. And I wished I was there.


(The bold-faced words are interpreted from the images on Rory's Story Cubes)

Monday, May 16, 2016

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The Word I'm Thinking Of
The Iron Box

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