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“Distrust”

The street crowd clapped their hands and stomped their feet as a man in a gray hoodie threw a jab a right cross an uppercut a hook at a non-existent opponent. A passing patrolman judged the man and the crowd … Continue reading

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“Ballad of the Dancing Girls”

Two small girls swaying with the wind Circling throughout the trees Slowly turning hither and yon They’re dancing with the breeze. Long black hair, eyes of darkest brown No blemish to be seen. One just over, one just under The … Continue reading

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“Just Another Day”

  (copyright Renee Heath) At exactly 9:00, I entered the Bidwell Exchange as Nadia clicked her iPod and took to her toes. While bank employees gathered to watch the beautiful ballerina perform in front of the main door, I moved … Continue reading

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“Riding With The Wind” (Flash Fiction)

Three o’clock in the morning. I mount my bike. Kick the stand. Throttle her low. And ease away From the station. Hot day behind me. Two murders. A drug bust. My partner shot. In the leg. I envy him. Six … Continue reading

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