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The Tray

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February 7, 2015

The Tray is a short story about a family’s history, which is told through its unique legacy. “Though the Papa spent many nights looking up into the stars, praying for a way to save his family, from the coming Inquisition, in his heart, he knew it was hopeless.  His parents were too old to...
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I Almost Lived

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January 30, 2015

I Almost Lived by Cristina Jill Mosqueda I died without ever having lived.  My funeral was a simple affair, with a half dozen paid mourners, who periodically wailed, as if genuinely bereaved.  After the service, there was no reception, and not one soul bothered to send flowers, as it would have seemed imprudent, to...
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The Punchline

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January 10, 2015

She looked around the non-descript room, trying to determine where she was and how she had arrived in this massive swath of grey, there were neither doors nor windows, just a long line of people, all who appeared to be in the same state of bewilderment, as her. It was mostly silent, though...
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Life Brings Redemption

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November 9, 2014
Life Brings Redemption

“It seemed that the rains might finally begin. After what had been a long, arid winter, there was the slightest southern breeze; and perhaps darkening clouds, though it was hard to say, as the sun too was setting. The water in the manmade lakes and canals, which dotted the normally alluring sapphire and emerald...
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