By Ann Christine Tabaka Burnished silver pull knobs on wooden drawers, distort the images of surrounding objects. I am intrigued, trying to discern the blurry world being reflected back at me. My perception of reality is twisted and stretched following the spherical shape of the handles. The effects are quite disturbing, playing games with my vision. … Continue reading Burnished Silver Pull Knobs
By Jessica Ricks Josh Hamel’s bare feet padded across the wood of the pier at Pacific Beach in San Diego. Just twenty feet away from the edge of the pier, Josh saw freedom. He picked up speed until they reached the edge. With all his strength, he jumped off the pier, soared through the air … Continue reading Putting the Pieces Back Together
By John Page William walked down the hallway. The hallway was made of stone and well furnished. General James O'Mal was a wealthy man and maintained his ancestral home as per his duty. William had served with the General in the campaigns along the savage frontier. After the trolls had been pacified the then sergeant … Continue reading The Man at the Door
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