Friday Fiction – 100 words is the ideal to “story” the picture of the week. Reaching Heaven Through Architecture archways reach to the heavens. hallowed and hell-bound tucked into nooks, saints and demons – all have a gory story. signs of the trinity glassed in windows father, son, and holy ghost forever present to those looking in and peering out. crests of pomp and position remind that separation of church and […]
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First Confession of a Seven-Year Old “Bless me father for I have sinned. I touched a man where I shouldn’t.” “Who?” “He said I’d burn in hell if…” “Who!!” “Father Hetterman.” “Say 5 ‘Hail Mary’s” and tell no one.” ~~~ 33 words The Trifextra challenge this weekend is a thirty-three word confession, fiction or non-fiction. A click on the symbol will take you to rules and links to other authors.
I try not to listen to the “popular” news but with a retiring pope, the election of a new one, a scandal or two related to the process, and now Easter week, people keep telling me about these things as though I might have an opinion or be interested in this information. I don’t. What it has done has turned up the heat in the attic, opened doors that released […]