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Featured Story

"One Last Ride on the Horse with Purple Roses"

by Jennifer Lee Rossman

Eleanor held the little monster’s paw as they walked through the park, ignoring the stares and laughter from passersby. This was their day, their last day, and she would not let anyone ruin it. The world did not exist. Not politics, the economy, nor the latest scandal in the entertainment industry. None of it. The entire universe had been shrunk to a tiny, bright bubble around the two of them, and nothing could break its surface. “Shall we get ice cream?” Eleanor asked. Gidget nod Read more...

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