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Prisoner of Hope

There once was a man who spent his life doing terrible things. He always got what he wanted no matter who was hurt in the process. It seemed as though lying and cheating were second nature to him. One day, all … Continue reading

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The Man With The Toothless Smile

I didn’t want to get up. It was a gray Saturday morning and my bed was holding me captive. I reluctantly turned over to look at the clock. It was a quarter after eight. If I wanted to miss the … Continue reading

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Words Unspoken

“Why did you save me?” Melissa tugged at her shirt sleeves. Anna looked up from her cup of coffee. “What are you talking about?” Melissa sighed and stared out the window. “You know…a couple of weeks ago.” “Would you have … Continue reading

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In the Right Place By Tammy Nicole Glover

My first thought when I saw her was, why did she wear that to church. She wore a tight, black dress that came to the middle of her thighs. She tried to pull it down but it seemed to rise … Continue reading

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Image in My Mirror

There is an aging image in my mirror this morning; an image that I feel I should know. He appears familiar, yet I can’t or perhaps, choose not to place him. The seasons of life have etched his face with … Continue reading

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Did Not Our Hearts Burn?

The heat of the day started to wane, making their journey a bit easier than it had been when they started out earlier that day. They were less than seven miles from Jerusalem and not far from their destination of … Continue reading

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Light The Corners Of My Mind

A single candle casts a dim glow around the rough hewn table. A bowl of boiled meat and lentils releases it’s fragrance and causes the old man’s mouth to salivate. This was Martha’s recipe. She would make it whenever the … Continue reading

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