Monthly Archives: August 2011

For August Jim Hilton

  I sat there in the dark theater, musing about recent events.  The low noises of the other theater-goers hardly penetrated my reverie.  Had it really been four years that this horrible conflict had been raging? It was that long … Continue reading

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For August Rebecca Marquis

       The smell of sage courses through the racing veins of the wind. Unlike mortals, the Wyoming Wind never dies. As he shuts the old two-tone Dodge’s heavy door he turns around to face his destination, Dead Horse Draw, aptly named … Continue reading

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For July Carol Preflatish

A Dream Come True Trevor awoke and found himself on a white sandy beach. His clothes shredded and he had no idea how they got that way. Startled, he suddenly found himself surrounded by a group of beautiful native women, … Continue reading

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