The Funeral

It was a gloomy day with intermittent spurts of rain.  It was as if nature itself was mourning the loss of a great woman.  Tracy was not surprised at the large turnout. The church was packed as many came to pay their respects and pay homage to Mrs. Gladys Townsend, the dear lady whom she …

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Resistance is Futile

After a few moments into the movie, she switched off the television.  No use in wasting time watching a film that didn't synchronize with the sound.  Besides, she was distracted. She couldn't stop thinking about Jude Beresford. When they first met, she couldn't stand him.  He oozed a sensuality that was palpable. While it got …

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Providence

"Miss Johnson, to what do I owe the pleasure of this unexpected visit?" Lucius Suchet asked, his brown eyes studied her as she stood in the doorway.  "I'm astonished that you remember me considering that you didn't so much as say a word to me last night." She ignored his remarks and marched over to …

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Friends

They started out as friends. Talked for hours on the phone. Went out for pizza or to the movies when they didn't have any other plans.  Some Saturday nights they would order in spicy Thai food while watching classic or foreign movies.   They didn't know exactly when their feelings for each other began to change. …

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The First Lunch Date

The moment he walked into the shop, she knew it was him.  She had caught a whiff of his cologne which mingled with the fragrance of the flowers.  She remembered the fragrance well and how it lingered long after he left the shop.  And here he was again, making her intensely aware of him.  She …

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