A Mullica Dialogue Ii | Quazen.
If you enjoyed Squirrel’s first conversation, wait until you hear him get himself into trouble with Tom.
Here’s a snippet:
Tom: Now, Squirrel, you know that’s not your weekend territory. You might better not let your ma catch you round there neither.
Squirrel: I know. I know. It’s just I followed this girl there one day.
Tom: From where?
Squirrel: From her house, of course.
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A Mullica Dialogue | Quazen.
Ready for some fun with play on words dialogue? Then check this one out.
Here’s a sample:
Squirrel: Hey, man. Did you drive with the windows down again?
Mudflap: Huh? Why you say that?
Squirrel: Cause your flaps are muddy! (laughs)
Mudflap: Oh, nah. Wife had me sleeping with the pigs last night.
Squirrel: Again!? That’s the third time this week. What you do this time?
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of a roller coaster ride….
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Be sure to read today’s update on my novel. This last week brought to light a common struggle writers of life fiction face.
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When Life and Writing Collide
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The Irony of a Lifespan
Who are we to determine who lives or dies? Who are we to play God with another’s soul?
This poem explores the possible reasoning behind the difference in lifespan of the happiest and most miserable of people.
Birds in Winter