Category Archives: Absurdist Fantasy

Disconnected by a Thread

It appears my wifi service is down, so I am forced to rely on ATT for access to the Internet on my smart phone. I cannot type fast enough on this tiny keyboard to enable my thoughts to spill out … Continue reading

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Fairytales on Acid for Demented Adults

The Seven Dwarfs (Blick, Flick, Glick, Plick, Quee, Snick, and Whick) arranged to meet for lunch one sultry February afternoon at an Argentinian steakhouse on The Kurfürstendamm in Berlin.  They invited Goldilocks and Santa Clause to join them, anticipating both would offer … Continue reading

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The Wrong Way to Wake Up

I awoke with a start, not knowing why.  Light filtered into the room from the thin curtains on the windows, suggesting I had long overslept my normal waking hour.  I started to throw the covers off, but I felt confined, as … Continue reading

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Off-Color Fantasies

When I visit a hardware store or a paint store or a big box all-in-one home store, almost invariably I gravitate toward the dozens or hundreds or even thousands of paint samples. I like colors.  Even colors I don’t like attract … Continue reading

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Reports from the Front Line

Three days on, the invasion had not accomplished the results that had been promised in two.  Casualties were higher than expected and the ground-gain amounted to a fraction of the progress planned. Things were going badly for the rag-tag Lichtenstein invasion … Continue reading

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