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Ultimate Video Fighters by Delmar Burkett A mysterious being caught in a digital realm has plans to destroy the world, but four t... [2,465 words]
The Watermelon Seed And The Rose Bush by Michael L Phillips (Aka The Purple Monkey) A short story based on a sothern tale told to young children. [480 words]
Killer Romance by Rachel Jirkovsky Thriller/love/horror. [972 words]
Crouton Island by Paul B Kramer Soup's on! [1,666 words]
Proms Are For Lovers by Devin M McDaniel A few days before prom, Nina learns from her friend, Gage, that her boyfriend, Mitch, has ... [5,605 words]
The Journey Home Part 2 Of Awakening by Sidney Tucker Continuing from Awakening a man in need finds more at his fathers gravesid... [1,737 words]
Awakening by Sidney Tucker A mans enlightenment when struggling with thoughts of ending his life. [747 words]
Kyra (Chapter 1) by Ryuichi Minamino Its only Chapter 1 [1,918 words]
Your Thoughts Or Mine by Armand Waksberg The Mind can be a tricky affair-- A science Fiction. [2,747 words]
Washed In The Blood by Monica L Sprague During a particularly depressing time and trying to find a way to cleanse myself of shame..... [631 words]
Wall Street Man, A Fable by Jim Wellington A Wall Street executive finds himself in a battle of wills with a redneck couple over ... [2,323 words]
True Lovers Story by Hesham Helmy TRUE LOVERS STORY it tells an immaginary GREAT LOVE STORY happened on top of the greatest pyr... [2,166 words]
The Silence Of The Forest by Matthew Mark Gill Scary Dark and scary... unknown. [463 words]
The Red Wars by Ap Williams This is a synopsis of a High Fantasy novel I'm presently writing. Read it, I need feedback. Those ... [280 words]
The Power
The Porch by Danny Swearengen A tale of a friends visit disrupted by a stranger on the porch. [1,145 words]
The Legend Of The Commodore: And Hell Followed With Him by Nathan Weaver A young boy with a talent turns fantasy to reality and ... [1,133 words]
The Golem by Jeani Rector Monster Horror. [3,988 words]
The Frustrating Switch by Monica L Sprague What happens when stress takes me beyond the breaking point? This is glimpse into my wo... [667 words]
The Fairest Of Them All by Sarah (( S A R A L A R A L )) A horror story about the perils of beauty. [2,034 words]
The Bitter Taste Of Ash by W N Dayley A young man returns home to lay his mother to rest and learns that foul play may have b... [7,678 words]
The Birth Of... by Chris Nolen The story of a mans life work to create. [1,423 words]
The Best Life by Gregory Allen If only such choices were so clear. [4,287 words]
The Aussie Media Are Full Of Shit by Thepratmeister The Pratmeister has had enough of the bullshit foisted on the Aussie public a... [510 words]
Tempest: Calming The Storm by Monica L Sprague Inner turmoil ... can it be calmed? *Caution, could be graphic* [771 words]
Summer Camp by Johan Keylay - [3,216 words]
Seeking God by Monica L Sprague This story was written in December when a vision of the god from my childhood came crashing into my... [767 words]
Runnin' For Freedom by Charles F Kane A shortstory about Charlie and his quest for freedom. [3,800 words]
Open Ended Reflection Of Time by Req - [586 words]
Nothing More by Aubrey Ashe Morrison The first of a few little blurbs that I have in my head. [735 words]
Maybe Tomorrow by Matt S Stemerman A story about a two lovers who go off to college together and their first year of love, fights, ... [2,484 words]
Hand-Carved Shame by Ambif Frantzich A story of a young woman who had to decide between death and life without her Jewish lover. [365 words]
Graduation by Ryuichi Minamino A preview. [543 words]
Graduation Day To Remember by Teresa Mizgala The emotion of your child graduation high school. [922 words]
God's Retribution by Monica L Sprague A follow on story written in early January. God is displeased and one child suffers the conse... [425 words]
End Of The Road by Johan Keylay A man tells his disturbing story [3,678 words]
Elvin Romance (Chapter 1) by Ryuichi Minamino I am only putting out my first chapters of my stories up...Sorry. [1,838 words]
Divine Intervention by Crystal Leslie A con artist appears on a television show to talk about her experience with meeting her sup... [980 words]
Darkest Fairytale by Monica L Sprague A story written out of the depths of confusion so it's a bit confusing to follow. *Could be c... [1,571 words]
Dark Anger by Monica L Sprague A follow up, sort of, to Darkest Fairytale, sort of. [815 words]
Constantly Sinking... by Michelle O'brien The empty room is full of sensations. [963 words]
Cody And Jenna's Magic Carpet Ride by Lindsey R S Dingo - [1,495 words]
Clean Up At Register 6 by Rob Wildey A small town becomes home to a brutal and puzzling crime... [3,032 words]
Cat's Eye by Jeani Rector Psychological Horror. [2,052 words]
Behind The Waterfall by Larson Two children search for a lost dog and find a magical waterfall where anything is possible... [2,107 words]
Baby Mama by Crystal Leslie A typical day at the mall or so it seems. Twelve year old girl gets mistaken as a (very) young mother... [1,873 words]
Atlanta Love by Ibemeforever Short story. [709 words]
Again by Tamsin Butler Very short story about death and beyond. Please let me know what you think. [1,328 words]
A Volcano Of Sorts by Matt S Stemerman Tariq & Shaira are a newlywed couple, whose wedding was arranged, and they are on their hone... [2,754 words]
A Sloppy Job by Rosenthal A lone police officer must stop two of the biggest drug lords in the city. [2,393 words]
A Simple Check Mark by Matt S Stemerman An unemployed man, John Vincent, has a startling discovery when he meets his daughter for t... [3,964 words]
813 Magnolia Street by Johan Keylay Larry's roomate visits the woman across the street. He gets worried when his roomate doesn... [2,927 words]
13 Days by Laura Dickey - [4,412 words]
When Vegetables Attack by S T A C Y I Don't Know What Pseudonym Means 40 pages of fashion beauty and bling!! [610 words]
The Untold Story by Timothy Beecroft Intense story about a struggle to survive in a world full of forests and super creatures. [695 words]
The Ultimate Download by Felix Hartman A person who made a way to download information from a couputer in to your brain and he t... [2,759 words]
The Suicides Of The Seraphim by Mangano Laura A troubled adolescent girl is faced with a heartbreaking situation, and sheds some... [4,279 words]
The Subway Spook by James L - [304 words]
The Quest Of The Prism by Coby Hanson This is a short/fantasy story that is about a brother and a sister that go on a quest to... [1,807 words]
The Lying Voice by Yessayana Hartfield Ms.Johnson a successfully, established woman whom is constantly batteling this tormenting voice... [425 words]
The Last Snow by Ithilruin A War is coming, and Hannah is my only friend as the darkness gathers. [1,159 words]
The Judgement by Sarah K Lewry This story is about a Christian standing before God and Jesus to be judged on her life. It also i... [1,639 words]
The Decision By Patrick Dent by Patrick Dent The Decision is a character study of a man in the throes of a mid life crisis, hav... [2,845 words]
The Course by Ian Kidd A 4-week "Employment Connections" course promises much, but will it deliver? [4,347 words]
The Combine by Matt Early A High School Senoir struggles to fit in and describes his unique view on being a teenager. [1,927 words]
The Boy In The Road by James Donaldson Collins A hot afternoon in the late 'forties. Sam lets his thoughts ramble as he waits to be called... [1,305 words]
That Night I Had The Strangest Dream..... by James Collins Dream...or reality? What is reality anyways? [1,875 words]
Talent Show by Courtney Eisenach Katie overcomes her fear of performing on stage. She also learns to forgive her friends and her fr... [1,606 words]
Speechless Vacation by Jeremym Kipp Thriller/horror story about five freinds going on a vacation right after there high school ... [2,167 words]
Raindrops And Memories by Briony Carvalho - [804 words]
Please by Tracy Chamberlain This piece is like that of Dorothy Parker. [872 words]
Par For The Course by Ian Kidd Oh no, not ANOTHER bloody clerical course! [7,770 words]
One Big Fishing Story by Lantz Mattinson I have been fishing for as long I can remember. Fishing! My mom was a big fisher woman an... [1,503 words]
Nassau by Sarita Napple A thriller about an FBI agent being kidnapped and a new found friend coming to the rescure. [2,829 words]
My Summer Accident Before 4th Grade by Jose P Quervo Non-fiction about life changing accident. [844 words]
My Nightmare by Katelyn Warren A thriller story about a young woman and her brush with death. [2,466 words]
My Life As A Dole Bludger by Ian Kidd Once signed up, your life on the dole begins in earnest. [3,559 words]
Memorize Pt. 2 by Griffin Lance Pool Second part of the story that continues the story of our good friend Legault. if you havent rea... [1,356 words]
Making It by Jasmine Alvarez When Magdalena becomes pregnant, her boyfriend leaves her for another woman, and she must find a way ... [3,037 words]
Losing It by Leanne Nev An ordindary girl decides to lose her virginity for the wrong reasons. [1,557 words]
I've Never Read Bukowski by Andre V Van Hees My eyes have never fallen on bukowski's words, but I did watch half of his documentary... [647 words]
It Shouldn't Happen To A Bludger by Ian Kidd Just when you think life can't get any worse... [5,303 words]
Ice Castles by Krupska Miranda A fiction with an interesting twist at the end. It is a journey between the world we live in and th... [3,599 words]
How To Succeed At Failure Without Even Trying by Ian Kidd For an increasingly frustrated dole bludger, the prospect of a si... [8,808 words]
Hope For Love by Natalia N Sisti This story is about a young girl,Ginny, who sits and watches her best friend Tara and Tara's boyf... [1,564 words]
Home Intruder by Carlos Ceballo A home of an eight year old being robbed. [811 words]
Gulfport Vanished by Darren W Brown A little Memorial Day weekend road trip exposes an ugliness. [714 words]
Future Love by Caroline M Miller A Science Fiction short story with a bit of romance! [1,027 words]
Future E-Mail by Alyssa Rangel Future E-mail is a story about a young girl that babysits three little kids. Everything goes wel... [1,184 words]
Europe Soccer Trip by Tim Doherty The adventures of my soccer trip to Europe duing the summer of 2003 [980 words]
Deimos by Stephen Beck - [930 words]
Defied by Jin Ichitaku Natsume A family goes on a cruise. It is to the parent's dismay that their daughter goes missing. It traumatizes... [1,401 words]
Cuntroversy by Yessayana Hartfield A story with several twists and turns, as she whispers the words in his ear " you never know the un... [183 words]
Consequences by Sarah O'Farrell They're coming...and they're angry. [933 words]
Confronting A Bully by Cari Graham Have you ever experienced workplace bullying? See how this person chose to heal from this ... [4,341 words]
Chapter 1 : Going To Sithial by Ap Williams This is just a raw exerpt of a novel I'm working on. It's the "High Fantasy" type ... [1,528 words]
Chapter 1: Going To Sithial by Ap Williams This is a raw exerpt of a novel I'm working on. It's in the "High Fantasy" genre. I... [1,528 words]
Cb-21 by Edit The story of an innocent child who misinterprets the phrase "everytime you breath someone dies" and has a... [3,894 words]
Box by Danielle A very short story I wrote for Creative Writing Class. [1,395 words]
Blindness In Sight by Samara Sometimes we see too much, to see anything at all. . . [940 words]
Beginning Of Another Love Story - And Yet... by Nyah - [874 words]
Beauty For Ashes by Sarah K Lewry This story is about new beginnings in Christ Jesus. [1,174 words]
Bathroom Memorial by T J Rintoull A rare moment of reverse joy in the life of a depressive semi-suicidal. [744 words]
Back On The Bludge by Ian Kidd More fun dolebludging adventures! [4,169 words]
Alternate Ending To: Lady Or The Tiger (By Frank Stockton) by Innis In order to understand this piece, one must have rea... [820 words]
A Sudden Burst Of Sunshine by T J Rintoull Arty awakens on a farm with amnesia and is forced over a single day to come to grips... [7,122 words]
A Stalker's Story by D Corona A young police officer is kidnapped by the serial killer she's been chasing. [2,809 words]
A Shopping Excursion by Hanna Rose Ashton-Lawson This was a little observation of a day of shopping in Melbourne. After all, shopping is su... [702 words]
1948 by Wesneski - [2,092 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Power
DESCRIPTION
"I have to get home. I have to get home..."
[1,137 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Drama
AUTHOR
Randall Barfield
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
-US citizen living and working in the capital of Colombia, South America. Teaches EFL and IELTS, and TOEFL (any test prep). Proofreads English essays, theses, and books, etc. Private classes accepted. Also writes at abctales.com; microhorror.com; postcardshorts.com; authorsden.com. Contact: www.officeteachr.com
[May 2010]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (281)
2nd Interview With The President (Plays) It's Barb again and President Branch. I'll try. Hope somebody likes it. [1,300 words] [Humor]
A Colombia Hatred-Free (Poetry) Of course, it isn't just Colombia, is it? [52 words] [Writing Resource]
A Dream Comes True (Non-Fiction) This is nostalgia and reflection. It's a short piece of writing dedicated to young Rodger Wesley Beaver of Georgia who was killed by a "sheriff's deputy"(God protect us from those like him.) on Valen... [951 words] [Biography]
A Flower Today In Words (Poetry) - [40 words]
A Georgia Crossroads (Non-Fiction) Where does it lie? [325 words] [Writing Resource]
A Little Poem My Child (Children) - [79 words] [Humor]
A Matter Of Timing, Frankly (Short Stories) - [736 words] [Literary Fiction]
A Million Times Plus One (Poetry) I have never stopped loving the tune "A Whiter Shade of Pale." I heard it the first time at age 16 or 17. Here is a little piece I completed recently while listening to the song over and over. So, ... [234 words] [Relationships]
A Monster Of Monsters (Non-Fiction) Why did we ever let him get this far? [208 words] [Horror]
A Parent's Lament (Genres) Some say it's never too late. [260 words] [Teenage]
A Perfected Perpetuation Plan For Today's Young Yahoos (Poetry) No one has the right to rob a bank, but each has the right to draw up her/his floor plans for life. [219 words] [Writing Resource]
A Purple Jacket (Short Stories) - [494 words] [Motivational]
A Quiet House (Short Stories) - [257 words] [Teenage]
A Red May Rose For Thee (Poetry) - [45 words] [Motivational]
A Royal Ring Up (Plays) Is this anger on my part? What should I care? But anyway, here it is... [808 words] [Drama]
A Soldier's Letter (Poetry) Far from the familiar our words are often sweeter, are they not? [109 words] [Romance]
A Songbird's Intellect (Poetry) - [4 words] [Spiritual]
A Troubled Nation In Need Of Prayer And Soul-Searching: How To Repair It (Non-Fiction) Send you suggestions/contributions in 40 words or less to [email protected] Thank you. [89 words] [History]
A Visit (Short Stories) - [245 words] [Teenage]
About Daddy (1) (Non-Fiction) Daddy had his own emotional problems... [359 words] [Biography]
About Daddy Series (Non-Fiction) - [4,424 words] [Biography]
About Respect And Prestige (Non-Fiction) - [352 words] [Psychology]
Abrakadeebra: A Celebration Of Children's Verse No. 1 (Children) More fun little poems/verses for those special readers of mine. I hope you enjoy them. Let me know which ones need a bit of modification. Cheers. [2,799 words] [Humor]
Abrakadomebra: A 2nd Celebration Of Children's Verse (Children) More exciting(some are, anyway) little poems/verses about Frosty, Benny the Blackbird, Jack and Jill, etc. for children's laughter. Cheers. [2,349 words] [Humor]
Abrakadoobra: 100 Short Poems For Children (Children) Sometimes I enjoy writing or trying to write poems for children moreso than for adults. Would that be bad or good? Maybe neither. Please let me know which ones you or your kid likes or dislikes. I'... [3,527 words] [Fantasy]
Abrakadyebra: A Third Collection Of Children's Poems (Children) See, read and hear new poems about Frosty and Jack and Jill and others now! Cheers! [1,464 words] [Humor]
Abstinence (Poetry) - [18 words] [Psychology]
Adestes: Little Christmas Poems For Children (Children) Father Christmas/please be so kind/bring me a toy/one doesn't wind. [392 words] [Humor]
Advertising The Devil (Non-Fiction) "Serve the Lord with gladness..." not sadness, you dummy! [491 words] [Spiritual]
Aletha (Short Stories) . [330 words] [Teenage]
Ann Dunham: Busy Serving Others And Educating Her Kids (Children) If only she could see him now. [506 words] [Biography]
Ann Rule: The Lady Who Writes About Killers (Children) Talk about a busy life! Here's an example. [360 words] [Biography]
Another Prince Charles (Children) - [391 words] [Biography]
At Clarence's (Short Stories) - [290 words] [Teenage]
Back Through The Trees (Poetry) This evil took place both day and night. [50 words] [Motivational]
Bad Señorita (Songs) Am I a "real" songwriter? (Looking at this one, I hope not!) [103 words] [Humor]
Because His Skin Is Dark (Poetry) - [19 words] [Mind]
Bill Gaither: True Follower (Non-Fiction) - [641 words] [Biography]
Billy Graham: Man After God's Heart (Children) Who can count all his awards? [375 words] [Biography]
Billy Graham's Death (Non-Fiction) . [633 words] [Spiritual]
Blood (Poetry) - [30 words] [Horror]
Blubber, Blubber, Armchair Lubber (Essays) A short essay about the REAL truth behind dieting, etc. [870 words] [Self-Help]
Boy Child (Songs) These lyrics are new and go to the tune of 'Oh Danny Boy' or 'Londonderry Aire'. Something like that. I may do one more stanza. [99 words] [Spiritual]
Buenos Dias, Colombia (Not S Carolina!) (Non-Fiction) First-hand comments/observations of the country today and other days (with sugar, cream, and warts). This was a blog before anyone had ever heard of the term. [18,298 words] [Writing Resource]
Cam (Poetry) ...wound up twisted... [20 words] [Humor]
Carlos The Young Coffee Picker (Children) Carlos the young coffee picker Played a serenade Maria had just given birth Nine pounds the wee thing weighed! [564 words] [Humor]
Catch A Rising Star (Short Stories) "It's Luis, Jaime..." the old man stammered. [496 words] [Literary Fiction]
Cemetery Road (Short Stories) "What was that? There's someone out there," she exclaimed. [444 words] [Teenage]
Cindy's Fall (Short Stories) - [526 words] [Horror]
Colombia's On The Map (Poetry) How long is forty years, ma? [77 words] [Writing Resource]
Colombia's President Al Uribe (Children) - [493 words] [Biography]
Create, Create (Poetry) - [16 words] [Art]
Daddy And Me: Making The Rounds (Essays) A little wallow? [428 words] [Writing Resource]
Daddy, Can You Hear Me? (Short Stories) What would you do in this situation? [511 words] [Horror]
Daemons (Non-Fiction) Isn't British spelling more elegant sometimes? This piece of writing is about demons. We all have one or some of them inside us. They are the negative elements we cannot control very easily. The f... [2,678 words] [Psychology]
Daniel Coronell: Freedom Fighter (Children) He returned to his country determined more than ever. [420 words] [Biography]
Daring To Touch Saeed (Poetry) This piece is supposed to be about Flight 93. It's very hard to write about. If you've seen the movie, you've cried. Murderers, in my opinion, are spiritually or otherwise diseased, so, I think we ... [166 words] [History]
David's Letter--Bogota, Colombia (Non-Fiction) This is a true incident. It is not fiction. [551 words] [Self-Help]
Dear Detective Lovett (Short Stories) - [646 words] [Crime]
Decider (Poetry) This poem was composed after a slow reading of Green River, Running Red by Ann Rule, the world's foremost crime writer. [169 words] [Crime]
Deleted (Poetry) - [18 words] [Literary Fiction]
Desire Of Flesh (Poetry) ...you're ferried by death. [41 words] [Mind]
Developed And Scary (Non-Fiction) . [400 words] [History]
Doctor's Orders (Poetry) A short poem about family camping. [198 words] [Writing Resource]
Don't Call Her First Lady (Songs) This is sort of a song-poem. It's not about the First Couple in Washington, in case you wonder. The rhythm is along the lines of Ray Charles' "Fool For Love". Have you heard it? [60 words] [Humor]
Don't Tell Anyone (Short Stories) - [258 words] [Horror]
Each A Star (Poetry) Dear Readers: This poem-story, sadly, is based on a true and recent incident near where we live. [40 words] [Spiritual]
Ephraim (Short Stories) - [443 words] [Literary Fiction]
Every Day We Pierce Him (Songs) The tune for this song is a Spanish church song titled "Llaga", which means open sore or wound. In the Spanish hymn book I have, the author is listed as anonymous. Anyway, here are some English lyric... [74 words] [Spiritual]
Everybody Loved Polly (Short Stories) I detest violence and violent people! [1,809 words] [Popular Fiction]
Find Myself (Songs) Tune: Largo from Dvorak's "New World Symphony". [57 words] [Romance]
Finding A Poem-Short Story Topic (Non-Fiction) What to write about? Where do I look? Who/What can help me? [552 words] [Writing Resource]
Fishing Obligations (Essays) A short essay about parental responsibilities and kids' obligations. [558 words] [Relationships]
Five Prose Poems (Poetry) Here are five prose poems for the romantic-minded, I hope. The titles are Looking Back, That Celestial Calm--the Moon; City Shadows; Seeking; and We Turned Off. [331 words] [Romance]
Fly Me To The Moon, Baby (Poetry) - [82 words] [Romance]
Four Of Them (Essays) ...nobody has eight kids anymore either. Right? [259 words] [Writing Resource]
Four Poems (Poetry) Titles are: Groundwork in Colombia, Poetry, I Saw My Granny, Carpenter [398 words]
Four Short-Shorts (Poetry) "Lite" fare again. Titles are: Trying to Create Beauty; You First Then I; Appetite; and Opening Night. [113 words] [Mind]
Frances Jane: God's Happy Servant (Children) They had a baby daughter but it died... [368 words] [Biography]
Funny Like (Short Stories) - [610 words] [Teenage]
Generosity (Poetry) - [15 words] [Spiritual]
Gone Is Our Lisa (Poetry) (Feeling Poe-ish today maybe?) [87 words] [Humor]
Goodbye Christmas, Goodbye Santa (Poetry) - [52 words] [Motivational]
Grandstand (Poetry) - [19 words] [Relationships]
Growing Up Among Racists (Non-Fiction) A look at some of us in retrospect. [635 words] [Relationships]
Haikus Erotiques (Poetry) -These represent an exercise that's fun. Steve Mount has some others at saltyrain.com but the best are by the Japanese old masters. Look in Google for them. [113 words] [Erotic]
Haley She Was Called (Children) - [397 words] [Biography]
Hanks (Poetry) The superstar. [67 words] [Movies]
He Keeps Me Humble (Poetry) It's just that sometimes we don't want to be watched! [22 words] [Spiritual]
Heteros, Homos, Celibacy And The Church (Non-Fiction) Are we going back to the time of the Crusades? [590 words] [Writing Resource]
Hi Mr Willis, Can You Explain What Wrong I Did? (Non-Fiction) Teaching school is always give and take. Will it ever be different? [462 words] [Literary Fiction]
His Heart (Non-Fiction) - [556 words] [Motivational]
Homeward (Poetry) Sans arrogance, this poem was written for Senator Byrd of W. Va. [20 words] [Romance]
Hospital Room (Short Stories) Sadly, it's another case of "who needs fiction?" [1,115 words] [Crime]
How In Colombia I Grew In Mind And Soul (And Nowadays Grow In Girth) (Non-Fiction) Where I grew up in Georgia we had practically no access to modern British prose or poetry... [654 words] [Biography]
How To Have Money In Your Life (Non-Fiction) - [423 words] [Self-Help]
I Fell In Love With You (Poetry) - [97 words] [Romance]
I Find My Sanity (Poetry) - [38 words] [Psychology]
If I Could Chat With You Again (Poetry) - [66 words] [Literary Fiction]
If The World Were More Like You (Songs) Isn't this self-reflection? [155 words] [Psychology]
I'm Dreaming Of... (Poetry) It's about a smile. [80 words] [Writing Resource]
I'm From Mars (Short Stories) Historical fiction. [513 words] [Teenage]
In My Mind I Cheat On You (Poetry) Throw the first stone. [74 words] [Relationships]
In Our Minds (Poetry) - [11 words] [Mind]
In The Outside Cold (Short Stories) - [440 words] [Literary Fiction]
Interview Of A South American Gay (Non-Fiction) Meet Miguel Rodriguez: Miguel Rodriguez, a colleague of mine, is one of Colombia’s elite citizens in terms of philosophy, education, cultural level, and societal contributions. In other words, he’s ... [2,066 words] [Relationships]
Interview With The President (Plays) Baraba Falters(Barb)finally interviews President Branch. The President is, like a typical politician, quite difficult to pin down. [1,319 words] [Writing Resource]
Is It Where We Write Or What We Write? (Non-Fiction) Just think--how many of us had heard of Annie Proulx before 2005 or 2006? [681 words] [Publishing]
It Was Raining (Short Stories) "Let's not talk about it right now, Mama..." [368 words] [Literary Fiction]
Its Christmas Joy (Poetry) What is priority this year? [71 words] [Motivational]
James Benedetti's Daughter (Short Stories) A surprise visit. [861 words] [Literary Fiction]
James Herriot: Dearest Vet That Ever Lived (Children) Could you bring a cow into the world? A horse? [430 words] [Biography]
Jesus, You Look So Kansas-Like (Poetry) - [328 words] [Teenage]
Jewish Mother (Short Stories) Trying to make Him and those near Him more alive, more real, and hopefully, with more exposure. [396 words] [Literary Fiction]
John And Juan: Colombia's Facebook Killers (Non-Fiction) - [594 words] [Crime]
Just (Poetry) Heightened sensitivity doesn't mean anything goes. It does, however, mean caring for others. [70 words] [Psychology]
Just Cry, Mama (Poetry) - [267 words] [Teenage]
Just Imagine (Poetry) Dedicated to the One with the scarred hands. [59 words] [Spiritual]
Keepsakes (Poetry) A poem about a special afternoon. [129 words]
Lassie: About A Pal (No Joke) (Children) ...thanks to British-born writer Eric Knight, who wrote the short story... [276 words] [Biography]
Leaving Colombia(On A Jet, Of Course) (Non-Fiction) - [974 words] [Crime]
Letter To Elvis (Non-Fiction) You were human, of course. Perhaps in the end you just couldn't take any more... [642 words] [Biography]
Lid (Short Stories) Beware of half baths. [376 words] [Horror]
Life On The Shelf (Poetry) - [27 words] [Erotic]
Like A Story (Poetry) - [130 words] [Teenage]
Like A Wave (Poetry) - [30 words] [Romance]
Liliana's Decision (Non-Fiction) - [488 words] [Crime]
Lions Young (Poetry) - [16 words] [Erotic]
Little Is Much (Children) - [85 words] [Animal]
Lonely Hunter (Poetry) - [17 words] [Literary Fiction]
Long Live Our Elephants (Children) Would you kill an elephant? A deer? A fly? [284 words] [Animal]
Lord Find A Place (Poetry) (For Luciano Pavarotti: R.I.P.) [70 words] [Spiritual]
Making Moves: Another Look At Victims And Choices In Ann Rule's True Crime Stories (Non-Fiction) Ann Rule gives the murderers a hell of a punch in each story. That's the way it must be. It is the angle from which she writes and no one, no one is going to condone the acts of a murderer, least of... [9,916 words] [Crime]
Marsten (Short Stories) - [408 words] [Horror]
Matchless Love (Songs) - [91 words] [Motivational]
May Mothers And Fathers (Essays) A short essay about those parents who want to push academic responsibility off onto others. [479 words]
Maybe To Pittsburgh This Time (Children) This is about a boy's best friend. Also, I've always loved Girzone's "Joshua". Here is my little attempt to imitate that, somehow. [479 words] [Literary Fiction]
Meet Mary (Poetry) - [39 words]
Michael (Poetry) About someone who left us some years back but who left an indelible impression on those of his generation. [82 words] [Biography]
Mine Eyes Have Seen (Poetry) No glory and no hallelujah. [55 words] [Horror]
Miniviews From Colombia (Non-Fiction) No special description. Basically, getting an idea of what different people think at present. [3,555 words]
Miss Sindee And The Candidate (Plays) - [361 words] [Humor]
Moors And Moors: Randall Interviews Portuguese Writer--Poet--Artist Alexandra Onelight (Non-Fiction) - [3,430 words] [Biography]
Morgan: An Actor's Actor (Children) Even though he's still living, here's a little bio. [362 words] [Biography]
Moron (Short Stories) - [374 words] [Teenage]
Mr. Nico's Monday A.M. Surprise (Plays) Thus it was decreed: Woe unto all those ethically challenged! [633 words] [Humor]
Mr Randy Sez (Non-Fiction) Expressed thoughts, musings, comments, etc. on whatever I please. [5,598 words] [Publishing]
My Big Toe Nicely (Poetry) - [23 words] [Erotic]
My Fan (Poetry) - [23 words] [Spiritual]
My Kind Of Christian: Barbara Curtis (Non-Fiction) "She lived to shock people, 'to be different and avant-garde'." [514 words] [Motivational]
My Men Are Full Of Vigor (Poetry) This is about crosses, isn´t it? [48 words] [Erotic]
Needed: Diversity In Education (Essays) Including More Studies In Distinct Cultures Needed Urgently: Give-A-Shit Parents Who Actually Monitor Their Kids If we won't listen to Jesus, then... [867 words] [Writing Resource]
No Better Galahad (Songs) About the best Friend in the world. [115 words] [Spiritual]
Normally A Gentle Man (Short Stories) This story was inspired by a story in the "Chicken Soup" series that I never can forget. [334 words] [Teenage]
Not Enough! (Essays) A short talk about trying to prevent more wife/child abuse. [791 words] [Crime]
Number 6 (Short Stories) The "real" meaning of non-stop? [489 words] [Horror]
O Father Hold Us Tightly (Songs) Tune: "O Little Town of Bethlehem", believe it or not. It's such a beautiful melody that it's a pity that we are concerned with it only in December. Non-Christmas lyrics probably have been penned be... [101 words] [Spiritual]
Oh Milly Said Molly (Poetry) This one came up while writing the kids' stuff 'cept it isn't, is it? [26 words] [Humor]
Old Quake (Poetry) One Halloween he grabbed a knife Then hid behind the door... [119 words] [Humor]
On A Dad's Turning 80 (Non-Fiction) Some want to get there, others couldn't care less. How much is choice? [390 words] [Writing Resource]
On A Limb In The Garden Oak (Poetry) - [17 words] [Motivational]
Once I Thought Hypocrisy (Poetry) I,too, have felt the knife. [50 words] [Mind]
Pablo: A Life Of Crime And Making Money (Children) What is smart in life? What is dumb? [629 words] [Biography]
Pissed--Or, We Did It To Ourselves(Yes, Read Fucked) (Non-Fiction) Periodical rant. [492 words] [Writing Resource]
Plantain (Short Stories) - [627 words] [Horror]
Please Send Me Blessings (Poetry) - [48 words] [Teenage]
Poet--Photographer--Writer Interview (Non-Fiction) Read about Joseph Randell Sherman, Iowa-born poet and photographer par excellence. For additional info, access to writings, etc., 'google' this writer. [1,999 words] [Biography]
Policing-Immigration Lines (Essays) This is a bit about patriotism but not fanaticism. [1,193 words] [Motivational]
Poor Daddy (Short Stories) Carl saw the freshly-dug hole and broke into tears... [438 words] [Literary Fiction]
Precious Lord, Take My Hand (Songs) This is another one of my favorite gospel songs. So, I am arrogant here in trying to pen a second or extra verse(I know of only one.). M. Jackson sings only one on a DVD I have of her. Anyway, if a... [50 words] [Spiritual]
President Branch 1954 (Plays) Pure innocence, of course, prevailed at that time, did it not? [313 words] [Comedy]
Quite Harmless You See (Short Stories) Then Peter had the oddest feeling. He’d never been afraid of the dark before. To him, danger was posed by humans, not by animals; least of all simple and innocent forest animals. [723 words] [Literary Fiction]
Rainy Christmas Eve (Short Stories) "How bad is it?" he managed to ask with great physical and psychological effort... [755 words] [Crime]
Ralph Carmichael: A Great American Musician (Non-Fiction) - [463 words] [Biography]
Randall Barfield Interviews Sage Sweetwater--Colorado Poet-Novelist Of The Sapphic Literary Genre (Non-Fiction) . [4,890 words] [Relationships]
Randall's Humble Analysis Of The Parable Of The Workers In The Vineyard (Non-Fiction) (Using the NIV version of the Bible) [635 words] [Spiritual]
Randy's Advice To Young Writers (Essays) - [807 words] [Motivational]
Realities (Poetry) - [7 words] [Writing Resource]
Reflective Essay On Classroom Discipline (Essays) This essay was written as part of the requirements for a course in elementary education. The teacher's comments are placed in parentheses and denoted as TC. Some of the problems have worked themselv... [2,676 words] [Writing Resource]
Religious Poems For Children (Children) - [691 words] [Spiritual]
Remembering Doug (Non-Fiction) I remember thinking at the time that they were such crybabies! [472 words] [Biography]
Sa'ad (Short Stories) Trying to look at history from another perspective. [295 words] [History]
Schoolgirl (Short Stories) - [937 words] [Crime]
Second Nature (Poetry) It's about a concrete finisher. [128 words] [Biography]
See A Rose (Poetry) - [35 words] [Motivational]
She Walked In Beauty (Poetry) - [32 words] [Movies]
Shit (Poetry) This poem is built around a word that is offensive to some, harmless to others. [187 words] [Writing Resource]
Should You Go To College? (Non-Fiction) Decisions confront us at every step in life. [503 words] [Teenage]
Some Caring Country Road (Poetry) Superstars leave indelible impressions on all of us, however, different strokes for different folks, of course. Anyway, I'll always be starstruck and enjoy trying to create tributes for those I love(... [193 words] [Nature]
Something Irresistible (Short Stories) Ten fingers? Who me? [231 words] [Humor]
Somewhere Near The Maricopas: Elizabeth Lucas-Taylor Interview (Non-Fiction) Elizabeth Lucas-Taylor, Arizona writer, poet, seeker, and dreamer, interview by Randall Barfield [4,700 words] [Mind]
Spare The Rod (Poetry) There's nothing funny about killing one's parents, I know, but it's only fiction. Right? Did Agatha Christie ever kill anyone despite a life dedicated to murder fiction? [109 words] [Humor]
Stand By Me (Songs) There are 2 songs titled Stand By Me that I know of. The more famous one was recorded by Ben King and John Lennon. The other, less famous but no less beautiful, was recorded by Elvis Presley (and wh... [74 words] [Spiritual]
Take Her Pompoms (Poetry) What's a mom worth in May? [25 words] [Relationships]
Ten Baby Jesus Poems (Children) The noise of the cock's crow woke them up A brand new day came bursting forth... [272 words] [Spiritual]
Ten More Baby Jesus Poems (And The Last Of Them) (Children) (Wind and rain roared outside The walls of the stable shook...) [237 words] [Biography]
Ten--Hour Weddings (Essays) About South American weddings. [510 words] [Humor]
Terence And Abelardo--Set Four (Plays) - [1,652 words] [Relationships]
Terence And Abelardo--Set One (Plays) This is planned as a series of vignettes, each with its own title. Terence is from an English-speaking country but lives and works in a Spanish-speaking one. Abelardo is Spanish-speaking orginally a... [971 words] [Relationships]
Terence And Abelardo--Set Three (Plays) - [1,549 words]
Terence And Abelardo--Set Two (Plays) Each set contains 4 shorts. [1,274 words] [Relationships]
That Little Spark (Poetry) - [22 words] [Motivational]
The 2nd Church Sign (Non-Fiction) Thou shalt go and spread... [677 words] [Spiritual]
The Best Christmas (Poetry) The best Christmas means different things to each one of us. [99 words] [Spiritual]
The Big It (Poetry) - [24 words] [Relationships]
The Breakfast Nook (Short Stories) . [246 words] [Spiritual]
The Candy In The Woods (Children) - [467 words] [Adventure]
The Chocolate Bunny Of Stone Mountain (Children) "Somebody has been bad," Susan says, "and..." [522 words] [Popular Fiction]
The Cold March Air (Poetry) - [15 words] [Erotic]
The Color Of My Actions (Poetry) Sometimes we think too much about color and not enough at important things. [73 words] [Motivational]
The Comfort (Poetry) No one can bring him back. No one can forget him either. [250 words] [Biography]
The Cry Baby (Short Stories) - [615 words] [Teenage]
The Death Of My Mom (Essays) A short reflection on a lack of tears for my mom. [565 words]
The Donkey Farm (Children) None of the donkeys wore a watch, of course, so they couldn't be dead sure... [365 words] [Fable]
The Double Cure: A Closer Look (Non-Fiction) - [1,118 words] [Spiritual]
The Evil Of The Visa System (Essays) Looking, looking for that Utopia. As always. [479 words] [History]
The France You Never Got To See (Poetry) How many people wanted to see France and never got a chance to? [67 words] [Motivational]
The Godless Home(Life) (Non-Fiction) Basically, this is written from experience. [661 words] [Self-Help]
The Goodbye (Short Stories) My 2nd attempt at a 'western'. It won a cherry at abctales.com (shoebox) [752 words] [Romance]
The Gravity (Poetry) Former Beatles member George Harrison died in November, 2001. This poem was conceived and written near the musician's death. [81 words] [Psychology]
The Hands (Poetry) - [12 words] [Horror]
The Head Of State's Eyes (Poetry) - [42 words] [History]
The Hour (Poetry) - [10 words] [Spiritual]
The House On No Street (Poetry) Move over, Stephen King! [53 words] [Horror]
The Human Condition(By The Pessimist) (Poetry) - [19 words] [History]
The Jubilee Surprise (Plays) Perhaps daydreaming. (This was written first in 2002, of course.) Today, July 2005, I look back at the word daydreaming and think: Wasn't I ever! Of course, we now know the monarch is trying to break... [514 words] [History]
The Little House In The Woods (Children) Children can enjoy these new little poems. We were in a "wooded" area on vacation recently and the idea came to me to jot these down. [313 words] [Literary Fiction]
The Lyrics For That Macho-Man, He-Man, Tough-Guy Shit (Poetry) . [278 words] [Literary Fiction]
The Moon In That Movie With Cher (Short Stories) - [901 words]
The New House (Short Stories) - [404 words] [Horror]
The New House Near Campus (Short Stories) - [422 words] [Horror]
The People I Prefer (Poetry) - [47 words]
The Road (Non-Fiction) But he felt happiness. At last. After such... [576 words] [Motivational]
The Rose Tree (Poetry) A poem about the passing of life and nostalgia. [291 words]
The Scent Of Provincial Orchids (Short Stories) - [940 words] [Literary Fiction]
The Turn Of Your Old Key (Poetry) - [55 words] [Romance]
The Very Best Poems (Poetry) - [36 words] [Motivational]
There Is A Love That Is Matchless (Songs) These lyrics have music (by Guess Who) if anyone is interested. [91 words] [Motivational]
There Will Be No Losers (Poetry) - [146 words] [Motivational]
They Started A War (Poetry) -"One is left with the horrible feeling now that war settles nothing; that to win a war is as disastrous as to lose one." Agatha Christie (1977) [70 words] [Spiritual]
Thin Air (Short Stories) ...you'd think it impossible that one man could terrorize an entire nation but,of course,... [874 words] [Crime]
Third Interview With President Branch (Plays) Here go the Pres. and Barabas(Barb) again. Give me a rating 1 to 10 on it. I say 8.0 (If you don't love yourself, who else is gonna?) I also wanna say that I am not a hater of the president. After... [536 words] [Comedy]
This Thirst (Poetry) - [29 words] [Psychology]
Thomas Andrew (Children) He and Mr. Tindley didn't go away. Their music and words didn't either... [388 words] [Biography]
Thorn And Rose (Poetry) - [66 words] [Teenage]
Those Images (Poetry) - [30 words] [Relationships]
Three Poem Collection (Poetry) No particular description. The reader will judge. Titles are: Poem for Cathy; Ingots; and The Saltless Sea. [252 words] [Relationships]
Three Poem Collection No. 2 (Poetry) These poems are supposed to be "lite". Titles are: bug off; Fat Farm Arrival; and Bleak Anniversary. [66 words] [Humor]
Three-Song Collection (Songs) Two are supposed to be spiritual and one a ballad. The author's music is available for evaluation. Sometimes the strong part of a song is its music, at others the lyrics. [410 words] [Spiritual]
Tight Jeans 1 (Short Stories) - [264 words] [Romance]
Tight Jeans 2 (Short Stories) - [246 words] [Romance]
Tight Jeans 3 (Short Stories) ... but she was no rose... That's a joke... [228 words] [Romance]
Tight Jeans (4) (Novels) - [187 words] [Romance]
Tiny Poem (Poetry) - [10 words] [Romance]
To An Old Widower (Poetry) - [109 words] [Literary Fiction]
Treeeees (Children) - [69 words] [Nature]
Tropical Baby (Songs) Nothing like sand and palm trees occasionally. [125 words] [Romance]
Trying To Cross (Poetry) . [42 words] [Humor]
Turning To Him (Essays) No description. [354 words] [Motivational]
Two Great North Americans (Non-Fiction) -This is a short piece about a work of love and persistence. When these two elements are present, results are inevitable and these results have been outstanding. LEGACY ... [653 words] [Motivational]
Uncle Reggie's Study Room (Short Stories) - [268 words] [Literary Fiction]
Under The Sun (Essays) What happens in real life is that we humans are vicious one to the other... [839 words] [Relationships]
Unemployment: Cum Laude And The Greatest Terrorist (Essays) 2-cents' worth about employment? [563 words] [Writing Resource]
Unlucky Strike (Poetry) - [41 words] [Humor]
Urban Frat. (Short Stories) - [216 words] [Teenage]
Walter Disney: Changing The World And Making People Laugh (Children) Hard work? Genius? Combo? Combo! [579 words] [Biography]
Warm Night (Short Stories) - [303 words] [Horror]
Wee Thanks Giving 2005 (Poetry) Once a year isn't too often, is it? [169 words] [Motivational]
Wesley Beaver Commemorative Poems (Children) - [772 words] [Fable]
What Did Jose Say? (Poetry) - [149 words] [Comedy]
What Would He Think? (Essays) An attempt to look at ourselves constructively. [559 words]
Where's Our Tommy Lee? (Poetry) - [52 words] [Comedy]
Why Is He Calling? Or (Pass Me Not) (Non-Fiction) She's dead (Frances Jane or Fanny) but she isn't. Right? [706 words] [Spiritual]
Wide Flowers (Poetry) - [189 words] [Teenage]
Wine Of A Different House And Colour (Poetry) - [74 words] [Literary Fiction]
Workers In The Vineyard (Non-Fiction) . [635 words] [Spiritual]
World Cubanization--Afghanization (Essays) A brief essay about some things we cannot change in this world and the dreariness of a totally-poor world structure. [775 words]
X Great Reasons For Not Being Rich Or Famous (Non-Fiction) Any suggestions for No. 15? [284 words] [Self-Help]
You Can Keep Your Fking Jesus-God (Non-Fiction) . [480 words] [Spiritual]
Your Red, Red Heart (Poetry) ...You might with flair and a bit of art... [73 words] [Motivational]
Zinnias And Tea (Poetry) A poem for Miss Helen Keller, 1880-1968. NOTE: Fifty-percent of the income from the sale of this poem will be turned over to the Carter Center. [95 words]
The Power
Randall Barfield

   It was a terribly stormy Saturday night. So stormy that I was at first sorry I'd agreed to go out into it. But I loved young Tracey Trawick--indeed all the Trawicks--so I wouldn't have missed Tracey's baby shower for all the money in Tennessee, our home state.
"I have to get home. I have to get home..."
   Days before the shower I had begun the preparations. I had told Will, my husband of ten years, not to plan anything with "the boys" that night but rather to plan to stay home with Mandy and Mickey, our 7-year-old twins.
"Why don't you get Melinda?" he'd complained. Melinda was MY twin.
"Because Melinda's going to the shower too." I retorted. "They have been friends since high school, you might remember."
After that was settled, I explained to the twins that they were to stay with their dad the night of the shower, but that I should be home no later than 11 p.m. It was a bit late but Melinda, Tracey and I were looking forward to visiting together after the other guests left and to having a few glasses of cold Chianti. It was my idea to treat so I had to buy the wine 2 or 3 days earlier.
"What if Dad's drinking?" asked Mickey.
I sighed. "He's promised me he'll keep you so he knows it means not a drop. If you see or detect anything to the contrary, you are to call me immediately. The number is on the fridge door as always."
They promised they would call but I didn't expect they would need to.
I was happy the day of the shower until the storm blew in a few hours earlier, that is. However, I was still determined to go. When you live in the mountains as we do, you know how capricious changes in the weather can be. I made sure the twins had their suppers and that Will had his and that his breath was technically "free and clear". I smiled and hugged them as I left for my night out. I even hugged Will a bit tighter than usual--cantankerous young drinker that he was.
It had gotten progressively worse since we'd married and I'd thought seriously more than once about whether I should stay with him(brave it out) or take the kids and start over. Practically everyone in the community who wasn't a relative of Will's would back me up. Not only that, I'd also always been critical of the few women I knew married to drinkers--that they'd stay with them. That the kind of message they were conveying to their children was a message of approval, practically. I didn't want that for my kids.
"Why Lord?" I'd asked a hundred times. "Why me, Lord, when You know I've always been a good person? When I've always had You in both my heart and mind?"
But as everybody knows--He's got those mysterious ways and not a soul can change that.

   The shower was a total success. Great gifts, great food, and great jokes and comments. I guess there were 28 or 29 of us. Maybe it was stormy outside but inside at Tracey's it was quite snug. A bit too warm, perhaps. The three of us had our wine, laughs and reminiscences as planned. Tracey's husband, Phil, had been kind enough to leave us to ourselves.
"I'll be fine at mom and dad's," he'd offered. "Don't worry. Enjoy yourselves and let's say I'll pop in around 10:30 or 10:45. How's that?"
That would be fine, we'd agreed. If there was a good husband on this earth, it was Phil. That was my opinion. Tracey was lucky.
Uncannily, Mandy called me about 10:30.
"Mom, Daddy's acting weird. He took the number from the fridge door. I memorized it, though."
"I'm leaving now, honey." I reassured her. You help watch Mickey.
"Okay." she answered and hung up. Mickey worried me the most. He was in a wheelchair and had been for several years as a result of an illness. Mandy had acted as an extra guardian since then, alternately helping Will and me immeasurably. And she was only 7 years old!
   
   I hugged Tracey and Melinda and left in the downpour. Melinda didn't expect any problems but she had a feeling she couldn't describe well.
"I'm gonna call Burt and let him know Molly's(that's me) on her way home." she told Tracey.
"Better safe..." Tracey agreed.
Burt was a local sheriff's deputy and friend. He'd gone through high school with all of us. I can't begin to relate how many times he'd prevented a scrape between Will and me or gotten me out of one.
"I'm in the ditch!" I yelled into Melinda's mobile. "Help me!"
"I've told Burt. I'll call him again right now! Where are you?"
"On 32. I was about to turn off it."
"Okay, I know," Melinda said and rang off.
I guess no more than ten minutes passed but it seemed longer. Burt pulled up in his cruiser, lights flashing.
"What's this?" he asked, amazed.
"Too fast," I answered, trying to clear my throat. "I was going too fast on the curve. Skidded off."
"Are you hurt?" he asked. His face had gone pale.
"No, I'm not hurt. I'm worried sick. I have to get home. I have to get home to the kids."
"We're going right now," Burt said. I followed him to the cruiser.

   The house was too quiet. I prayed immediately for my kids. Then I heard their sobs. On the back porch. It was closed in but the rain had come in through the screens. The floor was heavily wet and Will lay on it in the strangest position.
"Mom, lightning came in. It struck us," Mandy said, still crying. The two of them were intensely relieved to see Burt and me. I burst into tears as Mandy hugged me. Tears of gratitude but also tears of fear. Fear of the future, the unknown.
"Mom, look." Mandy said as she slowly motioned toward Mickey. He stood slowly and carefully. Even I could not believe what I saw at that moment. Burt shook his head, both in disbelief and to tell me about Will. Mandy and Mickey both began to cry more loudly.
"I'm afraid he's gone," Burt said. "You kids go inside."
He motioned for them to leave the porch. My own sobs intensified. I now had a dead husband and at the same time a child set free from the confines of a wheelchair. I was nearly 33 years old.
   
   Today, I am Molly McCollough, the good Burt's happy wife. Mandy's a lawyer and married, happily also, to one of the Trawick boys. Mickey. Oh, am I proud of Mickey! He's a pastor right here in Freesville. Nothing less than the First Baptist Church. Just like one of my heroes of the faith--Dr. Stanley. But Stanley's in Georgia, not Tennessee. You have heard of him, haven't you?
      

 

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