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25 Most Recent Nature Short Stories

The Last Ax Blow by Franz Kessler
Must it happen? Can it happen? Will it happen?..
The Last Season by Richard Trevae
A hunter transends the "act of hunting" and finally realizes the meaning of his love for the outdoors and it alters his life view...
The Lion in my House by Annette King-Tucker
What do you do when you are called to take in a starving, angry mountain lion? Well, here's one unprepared method.....
The Little Black Bird by B.J. Olvera
This is a lyrical story, written with poetic rhythms within the telling of the story. The story is a true experience that I had interacting with a small black crow in my yard. It moved me so much, I had to put the experience into words in sort of a memorium spirit to the inevitable struggle of the ..
The Master Painter by Tom Hyland
Just a bunch of detailed observations, thought patterns inspired by Mother Nature, or rather, The Master Painter - using the Heavens as His canvas. Some details are perhaps boring? Maybe - maybe not! This depends on you, the reader, the critic, the absorber - but, in the final analysis, the..
The Message of the Wild Stallion by Keith Varnum
People say that what we’re all seeking is a meaning for life. I say that what we’re really seeking is an experience of being alive,so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonance within our innermost being and reality,so that we can actually feel the rapture of bein..
The Owl Speaks by Mary Lacey, Desertrat
funny what people are willling to through to find their mission..
The Red State by Linda Bergman-Althouse
When values crash into each other, don't let them burn!..
The Ronee' Files (1/10/'13): Rain, Rain, And More Rain!! UGH!! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' is not amused: it is raining, which does not help her mood any. Image of lightning (c) 2012, by Karla Dorman...
The Ronee' Files, Part Fifty-Nine: SNOW! (By Ronee', aged 13) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' Le-Anne Reaux writes about the snow they had several days ago in Nashville, Tennessee, where she lives...
The Ronee' Files: Baby, It's COLD Outside!! Brrrr!! (1/7/10) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' is wishing for spring to come. Image (C) 2009, Karla Dorman...
The Ronee' Files: Batten Down The Hatches ... (((o.0))) (9/2/'11) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' is getting ready to face a tropical storm system, which is slated to drift into southern Louisiana over the next few days. Image of wall cloud and approaching storm clouds (c) 2009, by Karla Dorman...
The Ronee' Files: February 10, 2010: More Snow--AGAIN!! :( by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' Reaux is sick of snow and snow days...
The Ronee' Files: On The Road ... (August 26, 2012) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' Le-Anne Reaux and her fiance', Michael Stinkowitz, are in Texas, headed towards New Mexico for a week-long vacation. They left because they didn't want to chance being caught in the path of Hurricane Isaac. Image of cumulus clouds (c) 2012, by Karla Dorman...
The Saga of Rocky, Rockette, and Bandit by Mr. Ed
National Wildlife Week Begins April 21st...
The Second Wave by Linda Bergman-Althouse
Eastern Gray Squirrels, Order Rodentia, Family Sciuridae, nut-gathering, bushy-tailed nibblers~! "The wildness of squirrels is an awesome wildness." Douglas Fairbairn..
The Smell Of Lightning.: A Storm Chaser's Diary, #2 (Part One). by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A storm chaser in Colorado writes about a particularly dangerous storm that he chased and how he nearly ended up being struck by lightning. (Image of anvil crawler lightning [c] 2011, by Karla Dorman.)..
The snow storm! by JASMIN HORST SEILER
Mother nature on a rampage!..
The Storm Shelter Saved My Life!!: My Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A woman feels blessed to have a storm shelter to go to when bad weather threatens. This is her story...
The Visitors (INDISSOLUBLE CONNECTIONS II) by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations
“What if we wake one shimmering morning to Hear the fierce hammering Of his firm knuckles Hard on the door? Shall we not shudder?” - Gwendolyn Brooks ..
The Weeping Willow by Evangeline Gilmour
A fiction describing a child's special place. ..
The Wonder of light by Aksana Samoilava
Spring came to the forest, and it began to awaken. Different kinds of birds returned to the forest to sing lovely songs and build their nests in the tall trees. The sky seemed to be as blue and deep as the ocean. The sun shone brightly and the days grew longer and longer. Each day b..
This Cruelty Called Mother Nature. ...: Our Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A family survives a tornado. This is their story...
Thundersnow! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A girl writes about a rare weather event. Image of lightning at night (c) 2012, by Karla Dorman...
Too Young to Fly Too Young to Walk by Miller Caldwell
First flight of a wren..
Tornado Time! (In Winter??) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A woman living in Edmond, Oklahoma, writes about the terrifying twisters that rocked the Central Plains yesterday, February 10, 2009. Image (c) 2005, Karla Dorman...
Tornado Tongue Twister by Jaimey Perham
My final published poetic words for some time.....
Tree Metaphor by Kelly Eveleth
A tree learns from where its strength comes...
Trees by Richard Kallao
protect the world around us it is all we have everything here for us to use but use it wisely .original idea ...
Trout Dreams by Michael Guy
Things are in the works for me to head to New England this summer and I intend to dust off my shelved dreams from the mid 1990's. Time to finish one of the original book of essays I had planned back in the heyday of my second childhood, a time when my parents were alive and I had my first taste of..
Two by Harold Hester
Have you ever wondered...about "things"?..
Velvet Still by Dallas D'Angelo-Gary
Sometimes a shot at the 'Big One' never comes. Then again, there's always that possibility...
Wally's World by Michelle Mills
The Gulf of Mexico and all its gifts.....
Watch The Skies! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy is enthralled by a meteor shower...
Wendy and the Kookaburra Tree by John Coppolella
Bite into the caramel candy apple of life. Taste the Yin and Yang, the sweet and sour, the me and you, and all the rainbow-delicious flavors that life can be...
What was Once Wild and Free by Alexandra Midnight
This is my revamped version of Freedom is Wild. I read through it awhile ago and decided it could use a little more spice. So here it is, the spicy version of Freedom is Wild...
When a turkey barks (INDISSOLUBLE CONNECTIONS – V) by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations
When Fireflies Wink. ... by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A woman feels peaceful as she watches fireflies dancing in the summertime night air...
When FROGS Attack by Miriam Jacobs
...turns out that this lovely serene little pond was home to an enormous family of frogs. Gazillions of them! ..
When The Winds Screamed: Tornado Outbreak, '2008'. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young man recounts the terrifying night that changed his life forever...
Winter Morning Guest. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A bright red cardinal changes a dreary wintry scene ... and changes the mood of a lonely, depressed elderly woman...
Winter Time Is Here! (By Louisiana) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana is all excited: her hometown in Central Tennessee is expecting some snowy weather tonight, just in time for Christmas...
Words With the Tiniest by Linda Bergman-Althouse
As with the spoken word, silence can also be understood...
You Spoiled My Dinner by Walt Hardester
bicycle tale..
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Nature Stories
1. Pigs, Turtles, and Bugs!
2. The Easter Skunk
3. Autumn in the Hills of West Virginia
4. seagulls and angels...
5. The Ronee' Files: On The Road ... (August
6. An Update: Trinh Michael Madison, Late Win
7. The Three Polar Bears
8. Goats (an excerpt)
9. Remembering .... Seven Years Later (By Kat
10. The Last Ax Blow
11. Smashed By A Tornado!: My Story. (Part One
12. This Cruelty Called Mother Nature. ...: Ou
13. Fizzled Out Fireworks, Or: A Damp Fourth O
14. Snowie: A Snowy Owl's Story. (Part One)
15. The Ronee' Files (1/10/'13): Rain, Rain, A
16. Watch The Skies!
17. Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings: Hurrican
18. High In The Sky: Aurora's Dance.
19. Dance Of The Sunflowers.
20. Bluebonnets On Parade! (Part Two)

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Messages from Nature
by Patricia Daly-Lipe

short stories about animals, nature, and the high seas..  
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RainbowNature - photography by Albert Russo
by Albert Russo

how beautiful and vulnerable our world is!..  
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