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Phil Never Loses That's good, isn't it?
Tippy Dogs were important neighbors in Pimlico, whether respected or feared.
Wolverton Mountain Once a bullshitter
This Pen for Hire It's a good living, even in the Great Recession.
Sunday Morning Coming Down It’s funny how things get remembered and forgotten. When I hear Johnny Cash singing “Sunday Morning Coming Down” ...
The New Calculus A consciousness raising event
Love the One You're With The first time Chet heard Stephen Still’s “Love the One You’re With” he was in the passenger seat of a Carmen Ghia, his head out the window in the cold Saturday night air, being driven home.
Forgotten Family myth of a wife forgotten at a gas station - made into a story Patapsco Days
Leap Year Day - Izzy Born on the luckiest day Patapsco Days
Natalie's World A teenage girl struggles to understand her world
Mud Bank a poem Revelation on a frosty morn
Brain on the Half Shell Two opposites must work together after a near fatal accident in the Asteroid Zone. Mental Construction addresses brain and thinking in a non-fictional manner.
A Nanosecond in the Life Philip Photon waits in the matrix of his gestation nucleon for the moment of his release. Pub. Calliope Jul/Aug 1985
Alien Sofa “Watch the sofa arms,” Edgar warned the movers as they approached his front door.
Ari Lox Arithophilus Loxodrome sat comfortably in the window seat of an intercontinental jet.
Deep In His Own Well "Gary, don’t think this Monet is sublime? Pub. Mensa Bulletin Jul/Aug 1980
Excitement Melissa waved to me after my last class Friday afternoon. Muse Spring 2011 p. 82
Heavenly Meeting Interruption has more than a social cost. Pub. Mensa Bulletin Jun 2006
Hall of Fame In Nirvana, there is a curious skyscraper.
Lockout Larry shivered as he ran across the boulevard that separated the neighborhoods. His green windbreaker had been enough earlier in the sun, but now he was more worried about the time. Everyday Fiction, Nov 2008
Mud Banks I walked down the paved path into the lake bed. Seventy feet out, I came to a lonely sign, Boat Channel.
Time Travel My name is Reinhold Armod. I am the unfortunate man who first tried to time travel. Pub. Capital M, Sep 1979
12 Times Table When I was in the second grade, we learned our multiplication tables, up through 12 times.
Urodelacide Nambo, the 6187th, sat in pleasant reverie aboard the starship Polaris.
Wet Weather The sky, grayed with storm clouds, hid the motions of the rain person. Published in Mensa's Best of the Best 2001-2002. Originally pub. Mensa Bulletin Nov/Dec 2001
"Bingo Day" I remember most of my time at St. Ambrose grade school with pleasure, but Bingo Day in the 8th grade is an exception.
Gabby Saturday morning over corn flakes and bananas I asked Dad, “What do you think we should do about Israel?” Patapsco Days
Crazy Frazy A hot sun baked my neck when I ran up an alley of my neighborhood, stopping when I saw a couple of my friends in Crazy Frazy’s backyard. Patapsco Days