Literature

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CCD Sunday Fiction – Excerpt from White Horse Regressions

by Steve Lindahl Jamie Tilly’s first regression – to a past life in Victorian London Annie was walking through this wealthy section of town because she wasn’t familiar with it and was concerned that she wouldn’t be able to find her way around after dark. She worried that the people […]

by · January 31, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Sunday Poetry – Sandra Dreis

Journey I wait for morning. Most days morning waits for me tapping its fingers impatiently on the window glass. Outside it is all blackness and chirping. I grab my pen, my paper and words fall to the whiteness blood on sand. My chest aching I open my fingers to release […]

by · January 24, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Sunday Short Fiction – Tony R. Lindsay

Wilma Folks who don’t believe in ghosts have never spent a night alone in a cemetery. Those of us with an open mind know the spirit world is a gospel fact. And it’s not only the restless souls of our ancestors lurking in the dark. Any mountain man living in […]

by · January 17, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Sunday Poetry – Henry McCarthy

By Henry McCarthy When I was in high school (1962), one of my poems was selected for a prize and the winners were allowed to leave school and have lunch at a fancy ladies’ club. Two students read the same poems and each accused the other of stealing his poem. […]

by · January 10, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
the wayard sea dog

CCD Saturday Short Fiction – Robert McOuat – The Wayward Sea Dog

By Robert McOuat Nay, me lad, I’m no pirate. Even if I was, I would not admit it to a drivelswigger like you. I have no intention of dancin’ the hempen jig from the gov’ner’s gallows. I’ve outlived most of me brethren of me former haunts. After a life of […]

by · December 19, 2015 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Weekend Poetry – Bibi Coyne

Works from “The Ella Zoo” –  written and designed by Elizabeth Dimmette Coyne & illustrated by Valentina Felce.     You can purchase “The Ella Zoo” on Amazon HERE. Elizabeth “Bibi” Dimmette Coyne is the owner of S2dio comprised of S2dio Design and S2dio Supplies, a mobile art supply store. She […]

by · December 12, 2015 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Weekend Short Fiction – The Bath Tub

By Dr. Ken Bradstock The preacher who I worked for was going over some of the things we needed for the coming camp season. One of those items was a bathtub with feet. It was needed for one of those wild games we played with kids called a Bath Tub […]

by · December 5, 2015 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Weekend Short Fiction – Kate M Carey

The Water’s Edge By  Kate M Carey   The cottage was silent. Everyone was gone. I wanted to laze in the warm sunbeam shining through the glass doors. Instead, I crept to the front door and look out cautiously. It seemed safe. I stepped onto the front porch. As I […]

by · November 21, 2015 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Weekend Poetry – Patricia Hall

Ball to Ball Bounce object and Throw it. Don’t travel or They get ball, Made of rubber, Star of the team- Swish, Applause, Basket. A baseline shot Most time have to, jump, You must practice– Player- Pump full of air, Get rebound Touchdown! My bad, Its round not oval Your […]

by · November 14, 2015 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Sunday Short Fiction – Susan Williamson’s The Bermuda Triangle of Highway 52

By Susan Williamson I stretched, opened the window, and turned up the radio, all in an effort to stay awake. I was only fifteen minutes from home, approaching the perfectly straight stretch of Highway 52 South where numerous tractor-trailers left the road each year. Winston-Salem newscasters were calling it “The […]

by · November 1, 2015 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature