Author: Debra Bishop

Inspiring Short Stories, Old and Happy 0

Isaiah

Inspiring Short Stories   Isaiah stepped from the warm foyer, closed the front door and into the crisp morning air. The sweetness of a new day and the stillness of the empty street caused...

Free Verse Poem, Ice Cream 0

T.V. Queens and Other Harlequin Knights

Free Verse Poem   Hemingway lay down and Dylan swayed the grinding hordes to forsake their caste blues for incense kindled at the fountainhead of avarice while dandy clowns pimp preening puppets to perform...

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Lula

Narrative Story   Lula, my sister was wise. I cannot say how she got to be so or if she was born that way or she grew to learn from her experiences. It’s possible...

historical fiction 1

Burnt

Historical Fiction   Graves called tophets have been unearthed in the area of ancient Carthage which was a Phoenican city-state in the region extending from Algeria,France, to Malta and Libya between the 7th to...

read stream of consciousness 2

A Blues Lament, A Requiem for U.S.

Stream of Consciousness Darwin’s nonsense is actualized in the Celtic-Anglo Americanized mind terminig non-whites ‘third worldly’ not first class humans, not made in their image under their gods of profit where the ends, the...