Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Rendezvous

There was no moon tonight, which suited Kara just fine. She preferred to stay in the shadows. Out in the woods she felt safe, but this close to people made her nervous. Kara had promised Ethan she would wait here … Continue reading

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Love and Devotion

Smooth gray stones burn the pads of my feet and the sun sears from above. My tongue hangs loosely from my mouth as I pant, but it’s dry and cracked, granting me no relief. I long for some shade or … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review – Nari Sushi

Looking for a bite of sushi but don’t want to break the bank? Look no further than the weekday lunch special at Nari Sushi. Located at the King’s Contrivance Village Center in Columbia, Maryland, Nari Sushi offers a variety of … Continue reading

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Bluefish

It’s cold and damp on the sidewalk outside of Pesca’s Restaurant. The neon fish stares at me from the window, twisting its body as if it knows what I did. I rub my sleep deprived eyes and the fish lies … Continue reading

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Pine Boughs and Moss

“I’ve been here, but when?” There’s no one to answer my question but the gurgling brook and the birds singing in the trees. Only my empty memories keep me company. It could have been days or even years since I … Continue reading

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Twilight Hunt

Kara tightened the cord holding her parka hood closed and retrieved the knives lying on the hardened snow. Cramps gnawed at her legs as she crouched, but she kept her vigil, carefully scanning the icy landscape, as still as stone. … Continue reading

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