Category: Old Folks

Delivered To Your Door

Delivered to your door… I looked at the muscular, almost beautiful, naked body on the bed and the folded up sheriffs’ uniform on the chair. The badge seemed to sparkle saying “look at me, look at me.” A white and pink orchid flower was… Continue Reading “Delivered To Your Door”

Taking Care of Our Elders: Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines

Taking Care of Our Elders Marathon Memories, the lost of memories, old stories, more on my idiot brothers, and love. From 2015 Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines Eleora couldn’t remember what she did yesterday, but she could tell stories of… Continue Reading “Taking Care of Our Elders: Love in the dark, and in the light that always shines”

Short Story Sunday: Motorhome

Motorhome An Austin and Elizabeth Story Austin grew up knowing that Grammy didn’t have many filters. She’d say anything she wanted to anyone. Austin’s mother said Grammy had always been rude. Grammy said she was giving out good advice that might make people want… Continue Reading “Short Story Sunday: Motorhome”

Musings on a Visit With Ancient Vampires and Longfellow

The night is come, but not too soon; And sinking silently, All silently, the little moon Drops down behind the sky. There is no light in earth or heaven But the cold light of stars; And the first watch of night is given To… Continue Reading “Musings on a Visit With Ancient Vampires and Longfellow”

Who is that knock knock knocking upon the door?

At least once a week, if not more, I stop by the home of Tellias and Eleora. They’re two ancient ancient Vampires – over 2,000 years old. Sometime they need help. They forget things. They lose their keys on a regular basis and do… Continue Reading “Who is that knock knock knocking upon the door?”

Vintage Halloween (with Wolfhounds and Old Vampires)

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
A large wreath on the front door was made of faded and cracked plastic flowers. You know, those plastic flowers that were sold in the Five and Dime stores in the 1960’s. Faded ribbons and bows hung in odd…

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