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    UNFAIR EXCHANGE by Skyler Thornberry

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    He walks away to prep. Coming back with the stenciled tattoo. “It looks awesome!” He places it on my right side. The rose surrounded by thorns was an awesome idea. The tattoo...

    FLASH FICTION TWO by Alex Brabston

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    The smell of a strong cup of jo lingers in the air, permeating my nostrils and filling the room like a noxious gas; a reminder of the mornings I’d wake up to...

    TEDDY BEAR by Grace Bannon

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    Teddy Bear He's almost stitched up! The head was stuffed with cotton to reveal his plastered smile. Mommy said she would make his body more huggable for me, so...

    FOOD FOR THOUGHTS OF THE OVERCOOKED by Chloe Komesarook

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    The pasta is curling around her finger like a well-trained snake. She’s supposed to eat it, but instead she’s teaching it to obey, because she is the master of...

    INSEPARABLE by Juan Sanchez

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        In a large room stood an extravagant man. Behind and in front of him was the entrance to a hallway. Surrounding the man was a group of people who are armed...

    BRING ME THE HEAD OF QUICK CLINT by Tyler Partnow

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                Dust, dirt and the musk of the breeze. For a short while, all was silent. The hushed breaths of those gathered nearby made hardly any difference. Suddenly, the silence was interrupted...

    ALONE IN THE SNOW by Thomas Daniel

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    A young man named David woke up in his seat.  Looking around, he saw he was still in the plane, not seeing any survivors.  He cut himself loose from the chair, before...

    WILDFIRE by Logan Beeson

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    Wildfire By: Logan Beeson The Elders had warned that this storm was going to be the greatest. No one thought it would be this great. On...

    OUR FATHER by Jesus Francisco Sierra

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    OUR FATHER Our Father… It’s time to ring the church bells. I’m waiting for my turn and I’m starting to get nervous. I’ve been coming up...

    LIGHT by Sandra M. Perez

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    She couldn’t remember the last time she stood in the light. “Always look for the light,” he told her. “The pool of light is here, where you dance your solo.” His eyes...