Tag Archives: Abram Valdez

Cococobrie and Cowhage

To further exploration in the field of love, scientists have fabricated a species of fish taken from the tissue and bulb of the anglerfish that lure 80 authors deep, where the dark is a friend you wish to leave after … Continue reading

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Newspaper at the Bottom of the Macaw’s Cage

If you play the lyric “I have to admit it’s getting better, a little better all the time,” it says, “After all Paul is dead. He lost his hairs, head.” If Paul really died in that car wreck outside Abbey … Continue reading

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Klepto

Charlie replaced the change in my pockets with tacks to get me to go to the doctor. She could have just as easily left her panties so I could have lost the cough and still paid the toll. Abram Valdez … Continue reading

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Runner Up

I entered a contest for carpentry. I produced a mantle for the first-place trophy I planned to be awarded using forty-year-old spoons specifically banned in the contest guidelines. I was given a finalist title, but my mantle was built for … Continue reading

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