Monthly Archives: November 2011

For December Marian Allen

I’m driving down the road, Baby Girl in the car seat behind me. We’re on our way from our house on a back country road to a meeting at the high school. Baby Girl is old enough to ride facing … Continue reading

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For December Jim Hilton

keywords: Power steering Repeat Brown What Bulge were they talking about?  All I know is, we gotta stop any German tanks we see breaking out of those woods over there.  My job is to drive this Sherman tank, keep it … Continue reading

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November Writing Exercise | Kat French

Birthdays are hard for me these last ten years. I don’t mind getting older. It’s that my birthday, and the surrounding season, brings back that year. There are so many things I’d rather forget about that winter. But I am … Continue reading

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For November Jim Hilton

Fingerprints weren’t good enough anymore; signatures counted for even less.  Money had value, but only if you had the password.  You walk up to the counter at DQ, say , “Gimme a Blizzard!”  Lay your money down and they don’t … Continue reading

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For November Kaitlyn Morgan

Present Shopping             Birthdays are so stupid thought Traiceigh. It was just another day passing. Why did everyone make such a big deal out of them? Now, since she had forgotten Leeya’s birthday, Traiceigh had to do some last minute … Continue reading

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For November Marian Allen

Sanctuary by Marian Allen Brinna and Jamal threaded the dark, narrow streets, lit only by the candles and firelight from the buildings they passed. As the building they sought swam into view through the gloom, Brinna gasped and said, “I … Continue reading

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