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Men In War By VT VT
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The time was late in the autumn of the second year of the war; the place, the garden of a war hospital in a small Austrian town, which lay at the base of wooded hills, sequestered as behind a Spanish... More > wall, and still preserving its sleepy contented outlook upon existence.< Less
Idylls of the King By VT VT
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Perchance as finding there unconsciously Some image of himself–I dedicate, I dedicate, I consecrate with tears– These Idylls.
A Vainglorious Venture By VT VT
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My name is Sergeant Frankford. I have been ordered by my superiors to keep a log of our encounters down here in the sewers. I am not much for words but I will muster what I can. With me is Erik and... More > Vogo, two trusted companions of mine. Erik is a bit fanciful for my taste but has a sharp aim with a powder pistol< Less
101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners By VT VT
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You don't learn how to fly fish by listening to 4 of your buddies tell you 4 different things. When you do‚ you're likely to tie your fingers in a knot! As good as they are (or think they... More > are)‚ it doesn't mean they're the best teachers. So if you're looking to start fly-fishing this next season (and you want to be successful) - you better go out on your own and seek expert advice from people who DO know the best tips‚ tricks‚ and tactics... and people who DO know how to teach you.< Less
Exorcism By VT VT
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Father Parthenios, abbot of the monastery of Our Beatific Holy Lady, was a 75-year-old man, of middle stature, lean with an all-white long beard. His long hair, tied in a knot at his nape and... More > thinning on the crown, was covered with his monk’s cap. His clear blue eyes emanated a kind of sweetness bordering to holiness. His worn out frock had become threadbare and bleached with time< Less
A Walk in The Park By VT VT
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Leah was lonely, not the sad kind of lonely where she thought about suicide or filling her home with stray cats, but lonely nonetheless. This time of the year with all the festivities only reminded... More > her that she was alone, that there was nobody special in her life. At least she had work, she was kept busy and would return home tired and worn out, but it was time spent in the company of others. Weekends were long and tedious and Leah found them empty,< Less
Cat Tales By VT VT
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Adoption counselor Jan Mulford studied the form before her. A man named Mark Hazlett was applying to be a pet parent to the loving and playful calico named Miss Kitty. Although she loved all of the... More > pets in the Humane Society, Jan did occasionally find favorites, and Miss Kitty was one of them. Jan had secretly been considering adopting Miss Kitty herself, even though she already had a cat. Jan wondered why this Dr. Hazlett wanted a cat. He was 35 years old, around her own age, and he had never owned a cat before, only dogs.< Less
Confession By VT VT
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Father Bradley knew the killer was coming, it was only a matter of time. It was a huge paradox that someone so pious could kill and lie with impunity to save himself. Still, he was hardly a saint... More > himself, despite his dog collar, he reflected. The things he had done. Were they much worse than what Olsen had perpetrated? While Olsen might have extinguished one innocent life, Father Bradley had destroyed many more. Yes they might still be alive, but they were hardly living. The psychological damage was too profound. He had fought his urges for years, and the battle was ongoing. His guilt over those boys would never pass, but it failed to diminish the physical urges, like a scab desperate to be picked off.< Less
Exorcism By VT VT
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Father Parthenios, abbot of the monastery of Our Beatific Holy Lady, was a 75-year-old man, of middle stature, lean with an all-white long beard. His long hair, tied in a knot at his nape and... More > thinning on the crown, was covered with his monk’s cap. His clear blue eyes emanated a kind of sweetness bordering to holiness. His worn out frock had become threadbare and bleached with time. He peered into the sky and shook his head. The April day was promised a fine one despite the morning mist.< Less
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