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25 Most Recent Nature Short Stories

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Mother’s Lament by Sandra Novelly
A short short story written from Mother Nature's point of view.....
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Mountain Magic by Niki Collins-Queen
A 10-day Spirit Quest in the Georgia Mountains ..
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Musical Orchestra by Bianca K
A short story about nature...
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My Favorite Time of Year by Donelle Knudsen
As I reflect on the beauty of each season, it's difficult to choose my favorite time of year. ..
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My Guardian Gemstone by Joyce Hale
OK, I'm new at this short story genre, although I've written rhyming poems for 50 years. (:D ..
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My Journey Home; Celeste's Story by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Hundreds are still missing, the destruction is heartbreaking. My homeland has been shaken and broken, many haved died. ..
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My Own Version of Weird New Jersey (fact or fiction?) by Janeen Robichaud
Whether you've heard of the magazine Weird New Jersey or not, this is my version. ..
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My Walden by Ed Matlack
My Walden, not so much a physical or geographical place, but a state of mind. ..
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Nature's Ballet [in 100 words] by Sable Esp
100 word story about the sun...
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Nature's Marvels by Mr. Ed
They Can Teach Us Much..
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Nature's Visit by Susan de Vegter
From the dock here on the Vernon River a storm can be better than any cinema man can make...
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Nature's Walk by Selena Dobbin-Gillis
My feelings and thoughts while walking down a pine scented path. Fragrant flowers blooming everywhere. The melodious sounds of birds high up in the trees. ..
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Nature’s best by Deborah Richards
a beginning an a end..
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Necissities of life by bob Smith
The substances we all have to have to substain life on Earth..
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Night by Mark Rockeymoore
Night can be frightful - or insightful - depending upon my state of mind...
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Night Wind by Derek Castle
A short story about a gust of wind that travels along the beaches at night. ..
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Nine Years Ago Today...:A Tornado Survivor Remembers May 3, 1999. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A survivor of the devastating F-5 tornado that decimated Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, pauses and remembers the events of that unforgettable day...
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Observing Nature by Donald Lazarus
Being and early riser has certain advantages especially if you live in the Country and enjoy observing nature...
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Ode To Summer by Glen Lovelace
Ode: a lyric poem...of elaborate or irregular metrical form...expressive of exalted or enthusiastic emotion...originally entended to be sung...
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ODE TO THE SEA-SLUGS by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations
“Or maybe… because, in my ever so limited measure of greatness, in my Cartesian, human, paradox, I may have glimpsed, all of a sudden, something immeasurable.”..
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Of Beavers and Canadian Geese by Virginia Tolles
i>There's an unlikely resident in the beaver den./i>..
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Of rocks and willow trees by Mark Rockeymoore
Even the rocks have religion...
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Oh Deer! by Walt Hardester
Last Saturday......
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Old Lobo by Budd Nelson
Family is all important in a natural world even if it doesn't exactly fit our human definition...
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On Hunting by Walt Hardester
This piece is not meant for responsible hunters who are truly concerned about game control..but only ones who get a perverse joy in killing...
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One Hungry Bear! by Michael Guy
Check out the photo of what the local bear did to my screen porch door a while back on one very cold Friday night...
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Orastes 's Story: Severe Weather, March 2009. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Gainsville, Texas, resident, Orastes Julio Ramirez is hiding from severe weather that is currently raking across his area of the state. Image (C) 2009, Karla Dorman. ..
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Otter by Henry Stevens
About the grass being greener elsewhere..
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Pigs, Turtles, and Bugs! by Mr. Ed
How My Love of The Great Outdoors Began..
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Pixel ...a story about playing by Tom Kitt
Love is our name and energy is our game but we have forgotten and now the game is playing us. ..
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Plunge Divers by Linda Bergman-Althouse
Sweetest dispositions, well . . . sometimes...
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Prayers, Potatoes, And A Tornado: Greensburg, Kansas, May 4, 2007. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family's world is literally blown apart by a killer tornado that decimated their town. Amazingly, though, the family survived the ordeal...
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Pretty Little Hummingbird by Judith Pleasant
A story with more details about my Pretty Little Hummingbird poem..
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Pride by Budd Nelson
his life changed all around..
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Rat-Nose. (Part Twenty-Four) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Rat-Nose is worried about the possibility of severe weather in the Texas area this afternoon and tonight. Pray for us here in Texas: more likely north of us, but still: severe is severe, including the possibility of tornadoes, baseballs (hail), and damaging, downburst winds. Pray we make ..
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Remembering .... Seven Years Later (By Katrina Hammer) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Katrina Hammer remembers Hurricane Katrina and the devastation it brought to the Gulf Coast. Image of lightning at night (c) 2012, by Karla Dorman...
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Rescue by val salazar
Animals need loven too.....
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Ronee' 's Rumblings: Stormy Times Ahead... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' writes on her laptop (with batteries) while waiting out ferocious storms traversing across the Nashville, Tennessee, area. This entry won't be long...
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Running from a rat snake by Niki Collins-Queen
Rat snakes are superb climbers ..
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Sea Turtle Love by Patricia Behnke
Sea Turtle Love Results in a Hatchling’s Return to the Sea..
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seagulls and angels... by richard cederberg
For Michele Elizabeth... ..
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Shades of Grey by Desiree deCleves
This is a brief weather caption...
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Shakespeare Jackson: Katrina--She Still Haunts Me! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Former Louisiana resident, Shakespeare Jackson, remembers what happened to him four years ago today. He still feels consumed by guilt and never ending nightmares; he's scared that the memories will never go away. Image (C) 2005, Karen Lynn Vidra. (Karla with Hurricane Katrina in backgrou..
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Shakespeare's Story: Post-Katrina Livin'! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young man tries to adjust to living life away from his beloved New Orleans, Louisiana. He was in Hurricane Katrina two years ago, and he is still plagued with memories/nightmares that affect just about every aspect of his life...
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Shattered Nerves, Part Deux (By Bill Sandusky) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Bill finds himself waiting in the emergency room after several of his children experience asthmatic attacks due to the fierce weather conditions occurring outside. Image (c) 2007, Karla Dorman...
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Shattered Nerves: Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings (April 10, 2008) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana and her family are getting ready to batten down the hatches: another round of severe weather is heading in their general direction. Image (c) 2005, Karla Dorman...
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Sheniqua Williams Remembers Hurricane Katrina, Four Years Later. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Another Katrina survivor shares her memories four years later. She is now living in Texas, where she has a far better life than she did back home in her native Mississippi. Image (C) 2005, taken by Karen Lynn Vidra (that is Katrina behind my sister's head; that's how massive she was!)...
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Sheniqua Williams: An Update, September 2008--Hurricane Worries, Part Deux by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Sheniqua Williams, survivor of Hurricane Katrina back in 2005, faces new concerns as Hurricane Ike batters the Texas coast, and the track of the storm is supposed to go just past Dallas, where she now lives...
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Sick in the Okefenokee Swamp by Niki Collins-Queen
A 31-mile canoe adventure in the "land of the trembling earth"— Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp. ..
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Sky Eyes by Budd Nelson
When the first native americans arrived in North America there were horses. A few generations later they were extinct...
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