“J” Jump by Matt Harrill

The lights in the hangar faded as the front hangar doors opened. The planes came alive, engines whining, and began to taxi out of the hangar onto the runway. From her vantage point, Eva watched the small planes, capable of seating no more than six people each, crawling along the asphalt. The first turned and […]

“H” Hijacked by Matt Harrill and Help for Orphans of Ebola

She was left alone in the car. It was night and there was nobody about. The sense of unease had not lessened, and the same strange smell of iron permeated this car as it had the other. Eva got out, looking for Sajhid. Nothing. She was completely alone. Presuming the answer to lie in the […]

“F” Un- Faithful by Steve Slack

Dolores Gillpin was married for 10 years. Dolores rarely got angry, but when she did, her rage could be described as the resurrected fury of a Scottish ghost. Her betrothed, William, was a reserved man. Even in the early years of their marriage, he would rarely display bouts of passion. She found this lack of […]

The Journey’s Beginning #kikobun #haiku #Newyear

Here is what Professor Peipei Qiu, The Author of Bashô and the Dao says about kikôbun, a similar style of writing to haibun: ‛The Japanese literary travel journal (kikôbun) has been closely related to poetry. It characteristically weaves poems and the introductory narratives in a sequential order. The travel journals that existed before Bashô were […]

Holiday Cheer #scrooge #postaday #Christmas

  There I was out in the cold (again.) Do the people who ask for holiday donations for the poor really know what it is like for us? Do they do it so they can feel better when they sit down to a big fat goose? I can’t wish them ill really I can’t. I […]

Fancy in Velvet #dailypost #poetry #Wish

  Today is the day I have been promised anything for twenty-four hours I have spent many nights dreaming and I have finally decided down to the last bow what I would wear, where I would go The dress is laid out red, velvety and lacy with a white furry bonnet and soft wool gloves black […]

The Golden Key #fantasy #postaday #fiction

I was a golden key fashioned just after time was turned and I knew I had a purpose  but forgot all I had learned.  I placed myself in large  hands of those who perchance might  serve but one after another got what they deserved. And so I hung despondent  on a cold and lifeless  tree […]

Cursed by Fire Cursed by Stalker #horror #art

    If you look at the contrasts of the two artists (Bosch and Kubicki), you see many. One is black and white and one is color. There’s alot of movement in Bosch‘s The Harrowing of Hell as well as symbolism in this rendition of Hell.  Do you hear the flames licking at the pleading […]

Horror’s Diva #horrorweek #art #fiction #halloween

  I’m looking at the art I selected for today and realizing minimal and horror works. The use of a few shapes, three or four colors, or primary colors can speak volumes as in these two pieces One by Polish artist Jarek Kubicki and the other by German painter Edvard Munch. If you think about […]

“Red” is in this Season #prose #socialism #photography

“You look good in red,” all the store clerks said as they gathered round admiring their work. I shook my head and pointed, “I like that one!” It was the same coat just in a rich royal blue. “No, that was last season’s coat. It is not for you.” I pulled the coat up next […]

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