Submitted by Lori R. Lopez on Wed, 10/20/2010 - 4:31pm
"'TWAS THE EVENTIDE of an autumn day, the merchants closing shop, families gathered to sup ere shuttering eyelids for the night. Hens began a ruckus, clamoring as if some demon were amongst them. And, indeed, one was."
Submitted by Lori R. Lopez on Fri, 05/01/2009 - 4:00pm
HAVE YOU EVER read a story You couldn’t put down? This is one of those tales . . .
Sure, You scoff. I like the confidence, but no story’s that good. I can put it down any time I want. I can walk and never look back.
Of course You can. But then You’d miss what happens next.
Submitted by Lori R. Lopez on Sat, 04/25/2009 - 3:15pm
Once upon a time (trite as that may sound but true), there lived the fairest of maidens, a young lady of exceptional birth. A beauty inside and out, she was destined to be adored by the entire world from corner to corner and end to end. We shall call her Diana, for this is in fact a fairytale tribute to a real Diana who was and remains equally beloved around the globe. A princess those of us fo
Submitted by Lori R. Lopez on Sat, 04/25/2009 - 3:07pm
SOMETHING DREADFUL KNOCKED late at night. It howled and thumped and quaked the door. My family in trepidation phoned nine-one-one. Squad cars arrived blaring, casting wavery lights across windows.
Submitted by Lori R. Lopez on Sat, 04/25/2009 - 2:59pm
THE FINAL DAY of Kat Mandou’s life commenced as tedious as most. The only thing out of the ordinary was that something peculiar seemed to be going on at the house next door.
Submitted by Rafael Lopez on Sat, 04/25/2009 - 2:53pm
Untamed skies swept over The Mountain as silken water flows upon submerged stones. Streams of clouds caught the wind on their voyage across the land. The air was gold with the morning glory gilding its soul. Strings of fragrance drifted upward from the beds of meadows, where flowers grew and opened their hearts to the sky. Sunlight shone on the pale summit of The Mountain and glistened as white gold does when finely polished.