Category Archives: Short Stories

Kokuviki

Previous Chapter A sudden bump jolted Bour awake. Sitting up he found himself in his wagon…which was moving. Had his Mahi steeds simply taken off while he was sleeping? No, they couldn’t have. They had not been harnessed to the … Continue reading

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The Hot Chocolate Party

We are hosting a hot chocolate party. You’re invited! And you, and you, and even you too. This Saturday, come over at 7, and we’ll all drink some hot chocolate. What’s at a hot chocolate party, you say? Gallons and … Continue reading

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Disassembly

The shadow of the Kanohi Dragon passed over the eleven Toa as it flew overhead, deciding whether to continue being a pest or to eliminate the pests below. While it made up its mind, Toa Hagah and Toa Mahri alike … Continue reading

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In Shape

You don’t need to be in super shape to be a superhero Connor paused as he crossed the mirror, half observing and half admiring what he saw. Today’s workout had been nice; he had finally gotten three weeks straight of … Continue reading

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Mad With Desire

The market place was busy in the afternoon, but the maiden and the knight were able to walk through it uninterrupted. The watched each other faces as they walked, so occupied on their conversation that they paid no mind to … Continue reading

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Sinister Lost

Frothy whitecaps rose to touch the sides of the boat as the island drew near, but it was not until we walked along the frozen beach that we could admit that we were cold. The wind out there was unyielding, … Continue reading

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Where Wisdom and Valor Fail

Where Wisdom and Valor Fail Part I: The Places Loved “The town does not exist except where one black-haired tree slips up like a drowned woman into the hot sky. The town is silent. The night boils with eleven stars.  … Continue reading

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