Two New Published Micros: Ghosts and Marriage

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I pick up a brush or place hands on the keys; the ghosts come out to share.

They’re bored, they’re lonely, with stories to tell.

They fib, omit, exaggerate.
They dream, they yearn, imaginate.

My hands are possessed. Others say I make art.

My beloved ghosts and I know better.

Originally published by 50-Word Stories on November 14, 2017.
Chosen as story of the week, November 19, 2017. 


We married for the kids. They left; I will soon.

Originally published by Dime Show Review (Ten Word Stories), November 14, 2017.

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