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Gladys

My entry for Three-Minute Fiction Round 10. After reading the winner of this one I definitely felt out of my league! Anyway, here’s mine… — Gerald. Hey. It’s Denny. Whew. I’m actually kind of glad you didn’t pick up. Okay, here … Continue reading

16. April 2013 by Greg
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Unflappable

Dangling from the swingset. Can’t do a pull-up normally, but just climbed the thin chain of the swings. Thank you, pure unadulterated fear. The other kids are cackling, conveniently ignoring the fact that they’re doing so from the safety of … Continue reading

04. November 2012 by Greg
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Contextual Consumption

When I hear the question, “Is it unethical to eat meat?” — I smile before even beginning to let the intellectual gears turn. What a first-world luxury it is to be able to participate in such a debate. The discussion … Continue reading

25. March 2012 by Greg
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Queen to J9

She closed the book, placed it on the table, and finally, decided to walk through the door. Rather, she tried. Deciding to do so is one thing. Actually succeeding, another. The guard would have to buzz her out from inside … Continue reading

25. March 2012 by Greg
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3 Minute Fiction: Round 7 – Intake

My entry for 3 Minute Fiction Round 7. Rules and winner here. — Carl rubbed his hands together, picked his callouses, waited. “Should we stop and grab McDonald’s?” Ellie had asked, “Or are you feeling more like Chick-Fil-A?” There was … Continue reading

15. November 2011 by Greg
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Spaghetti

An old entry for a contest of a brief description of my favorite thing(s). Nothing too great, but it was a fun and quick little writing exercise. — Easily one of my favorite things is a dinner of spaghetti, a … Continue reading

07. November 2011 by Greg
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