Tales of Imagination

Madam Sophie

Madam Sophie lit the incense sticks in the mind reading room and dimmed the lights once again. "Next, please," she spoke through the black curtains to her final customer in the waiting room. A young lady with curly brown hair shuffled through the thick, dark cloth and aromatic smoke. "Please sit," she commanded to the… Continue reading Madam Sophie

Tales of Imagination

I am Sworn to Be Your Servant

"I am sworn to be your servant," Eve said to Daniel after they slaughtered the Zafcat.  The Zafcat rose it's giant claw for the single slash of Daniel's throat when Eve came from behind and penetrated the hairy beast with her sword. For an orphaned slave girl, Eve possessed an unnatural beauty and grace even… Continue reading I am Sworn to Be Your Servant

Tales of Imagination

The Anniversary Ring

"You love birds can sit here with me if you want," the elderly man said to the young couple desperately looking for a vacant breakfast table. "I'll be leaving soon, and it looks like these are the last empty chairs in the house." The Garden Terrace was a romantic spot that peered across the Pacific… Continue reading The Anniversary Ring

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The Weird Bug

I was already tense from reading the book, “Creepy Insects of the World,” so I didn’t think about the tickle I felt on my left arm close to my shoulder.  Carmen was on my other side watching some kind on Alien movie.  I felt it again in the same spot, then calmly moved the book… Continue reading The Weird Bug

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The Falling Car

I suppose I was driving too fast while zooming left around a big turn on top of the mountains. It was a cold, moonless night, and the head beams illuminated only a few feet of the winding dirt road in front of the black Jeep. I saw the turn approaching and cut my wheels to… Continue reading The Falling Car