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“City Life” by Harry Kuhn

Fiction based on a true event. Era 1985, approximately.    Tom looked around the subway car in confusion.  He was unable to understand why none of the dozen men and women sitting about the car appeared to be  paying attention … Continue reading

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“Is it a House or a Home?” by P.C.A.W. (from Grit Uplifted group @ Central Library–Week 8: Description)

Anyone can live in a house because a house is just four exterior walls with a roof. Maybe it has electricity, running water, and indoor plumbing. A home, on the other hand, is a place or state of mind where … Continue reading

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“Final Cut” by Alan David Ross

I will always remember the absolute desperation of the two protagonists Thelma and Louise.  They were hounded by the relentless machinations of the norm, law and order.  Our lovable yet hapless heroes bound up by fate in its fickle kind … Continue reading

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