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The Bridge of Silver Wings 2009
by Aberjhani

For the past two years (2006-2008) The Bridge of Silver Wings has earned a name for itself both as a series of poems published in different e-zines and as a book first pu..  
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Featured Book
The Bridge of Silver Wings 2009
by Aberjhani

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Fourteen Pieces of Gold
by Charlene Tess

A short story of mine was included in an anthology of short fiction by fourteen of Port Town Publishing Company's authors. It is out of print and no longer available exce..  
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All Holidays Short Stories

25 Most Recent Holidays Short Stories

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Tippie's Story. (Part Five) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Tippie D. Young is looking forward to the fireworks tonight, as are millions of Americans as they (and she) celebrate the Fourth of July. Image of fireworks (C) 2008, by Karla Dorman...
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To everyone in AD by Georg Mateos
That everyone feel, in their heart, to be included and cared for in AuthorsDen community of authors and poets...
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Tottie's Journal: Happy (Almost) New Year From Sydney!! (31/12/09) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Tottie writes in her journal while being camped out at Sydney Harbour, waiting for the fireworks and evening festivities, to commence to ring in the New Year...
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Touch A Sweep by Mark Lichterman
The carriage door sprung open as a disheveled woman wearing a vividly colored, wide hooped, silken dress and a cockeyed, albeit matching, hat hurdled herself onto the street and barreled towards him, and… This excerpt is from my novel, "The Climbing Boy" and can now also be purchased @..
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Turkey Talk, Part Two. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A turkey is thankful that he didn't end up as a Thanksgiving Day meal...
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Turkey Talk. (Part Three) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A turkey is thankful he didn't end up on the table surrounded by "friends and cranberries". Happy Thanksgiving to each and every one of y'all here at AD!! I'm thankful for y'all!!..
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Turkey Talk: Part Two (With a Little Help From Karla Dorman) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A turkey has managed to survive another year; he still has plenty to "gobble" about, as you will see when you read his story...
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Turning Eleven...Or, What I Don't Like About My Christmas Birthday (By Ronee', aged 10 1/2) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young girl writes about how it is to have a birthday on a holiday like Christmas. (Her birthday is ON Christmas Day.) She also writes about becoming a teenager in a few years and how her body is changing, and how she feels about that...
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Turning it Around (Corrnia's Story) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
You might think I would hate the fourth, that the bad would outweigh what the fourth stands for and nor can I forget the sacrifices of others. I am not going to sit around blaming the world for one persons poor decision, getting behind the wheel drunk...
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Twas the Month Before Christmas by C.R. Kwiat
Merry Christmas, All!..
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Two drunk tourists in Hightate Cemetry - London by Alexandra Riera
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Two Lambs of Christmas by Lisa Hilbers
I remember waking every Christmas Eve morning, by the banging of pots and pans, and those delightful aromas coming from Mama's kitchen...
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Two Years Ago... (A Mother's Christmas Birthday Letter To Her Daughter) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
December 20, 2002: Dearest Ronee': Two years ago you nearly left our family. You suffered a devastating stroke, and doctors didn't offer you (or us) much in the way of hope. In fact, when we first saw you in the Intensive Care ward that day, the doctors said you were on the verge o..
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Unexpected Christmas by Ashley Ezell
Short story: Unexpected Christmas by Ashley Ezell..
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Until Reunited by Dawn Anderson
Until Reunited is a short story that tied for second in this years Not So Cynical Holiday Writing Contest. I wish all of you a wonderful Christmas and will be back to reading your work in the New Year!..
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View Photo of Valentine's day 2002 Read excerpt from Valentine's day 2002 Valentine's day 2002 by Bradley Fralick
This is all I have written so far. However, today is only the THIRTEENTH!..
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Wayne Wright's Journal: Merry Christmas From The Wrights! (12/10/09) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wayne Wright and family are busy getting ready for the Cantata at their church as well as other holiday doings. Image (C) 2009, Karla Dorman...
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Wayne's Journal: Happy Independence Day! (7/4/09) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
The Wrights are enjoying a day full of fun, festivities, music, and food. They are looking forward to the fireworks show tonight; it promises to be one of the biggest fireworks displays in the southland...
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U-thankful? by Cynth'ya cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com
On being thankful from a non-material viewpoint. Let's look at what matters in a person's life, and how we can work to put a smile on the face of others. Just be real. Forgive where you've been hurt. Don't expect a gift to be an expression of love. Sometimes it's the other way--Love IS the ulti..
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Veteran's Day (As Written By A Veteran) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
November 11. Jus' what does that day mean ta' you? Well, it mean a lot to me, an' I tell you why in jus' a li'l bit. Firs' of all, I am a VETERAN. Pure an' simple. I went in ta' serve my country durin' the 40's, but I got kick' out a' de service cause my feets, dey be flat, and when de arme..
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Veteran's Day At The Golden Corral (By Steffi) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
This is Steffi Sandusky writing. I thought I would write about my day at work last Monday. As you know, I work at the Golden Corral here in Nashville, Tennessee, where I am a line person/cashier. I have worked at the Golden Corral for over 6 months now, and I absolutely love my job (althou..
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What Christmas Means To Me (By Ronee') by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Even though it is a little over a month away, I thought I would write out my feelings or thoughts about Christmas and what it means to me. 1.) Christmas, first of all, means celebrating the TRUE meaning of the holiday: the Birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, who was born on this Ea..
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What I Wish For The New Year (By M'buti) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
These are some of the things that I wish for the coming year, the Year 2003: 1.) That ALL terrorists be found, caught, and brought to swift justice; and that the world becomes a safe haven for all its inhabitants. That something like 9-11-01 will NEVER, EVER happen again on our shores!! Tha..
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What If Jesus Had Not Been Born? by Melody Ravert
What If Jesus Had Not Been Born? I awoke, alone in my bed. No spouse lying beside me, keeping me close to his side. No sounds of children giggling, no loud voices coming from the television. Total silence. The sky was dark, no sun peeked its head through the gloomy clouds. I we..
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Why I Love America, Part Two (By M'buti) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young woman originally from Kenya, Africa, writes why she has come to love and cherish America. author's note: there is actually a town in tennessee called bucksnort! it is located north of nashville, about 20 or so miles, heading towards hurricane mills. karla and i saw the name, and we..
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Why I Love the Fourth of July...(By Jodie, aged 12 1/2, As Assisted By Her Mother, Louisiana) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Jodie wanted to talk about why she enjoys the Fourth of July holiday...
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Why the Ornaments by Mukkove Johnson
Where did the idea for ornaments for each devotion come from?..
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Why We Won't Celebrate Hallowe'en by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
In years past, we have celebrated Hallowe'en, that time of ghouls and witches, ghosts and hobgoblins; that time where children (and even adults) dress up in outlandish or scary costumes and go out, in hopes of getting a treat or attend a wild "boo bash". But this year we aren't. For lately,..
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Witch Cecilia and Warlock Tom by Sage Sweetwater
Sage Sweetwater dedicates this story to all school teachers. Read this to the children..
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Witch Tales: Telly-Telly-Tip-Ton-Tune by Marilyn Dailey, Ed.S
Virginia and Sam are having a problem this Halloween. Will they make it through It? Let's see...
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Woke Up To God's Grace (Karena Hope Story) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
After all that I have been through after the pain and the hurt, it is only by God's Grace I am here, and now I am celebrating CHRISTmas. ..
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Working On Christmas Day...(By Steffi) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Steffi Sandusky has found out that she has to work on Christmas Day, and she isn't very happy about it. (I have to work Christmas Day, too, but that is okay; we are only open to four that day, and besides, we also found out that we may be closed next year for Christmas; so this may be the..
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Worships' Season by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
No Matter Your Religious Dominion of Beliefs Or any lack therefore of... The Spiritual Essence of Holidays are the Innate Presence of Love's Beautiful Foundation the harvest of our innermost bounties.....
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Yo ho ho by Richard Kallao
original ..
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You're Dancing With Angels This Christmas by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I miss you Melissa, and Our Christmas conversations, our weekly talks, the memories we made, the dreams we share, but I know that when my days are numbered and the Lord calls me home, I will see you in Heaven, and watch you dancing with the Angels, maybe then you can teach me to dance the way you tr..
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Featured Book
The Bridge of Silver Wings 2009
by Aberjhani

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