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Death Flowers of Never-Forgotten Love

by on Mar 15, 2016 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

1,800 words He rests like frozen time in the coffin—his face embalmed to wax, his cheeks flushed to rouge and an ever-sparkling smile on lips I’d kissed only days ago. Family and friends file by his body muttering inconsequentials, disbelief. “He looks so life-like” they say, even though...

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Here We Are, Falling Through Shadows

by on Jul 8, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Jason Sanford Miker drove our fire engine through the dark neighborhood, the red emergency lights flash-synching to the deep bass of the rumbler siren. Parked cars and flower gardens and mailboxes flashed by, illuminated for seconds before sliding back to night. We used to turn the...

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