Author: Peter Odeon

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Talk 12 – Circles

Short Story Where does that door lead? To the neighboring building’s back yard. They also have a garden? No, they have a barbecue and plastic chairs. Meat eaters. Like most of the world. But...

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Talk 11 – Garden

Short Story Do you have access to the back garden from your apartment? Yes, it’s the only reason I rented it. The garden is mine. I can see it from my window. Do you...

fiction about marriage 0

Talk 10 – Flowers

Short Story   Let’s go downstairs, she lives on the first. So how does it work, have you bought paintings from her before? Once. My friend from the other side of the ocean was...

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Talk 9 – Complain

Short Story   Enough whiskey, let’s eat something and then we’ll visit the flower lady. Are we ordering food? No, I cooked. I can smell it. Where do you keep it? I kept everything...

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Talk 8 – Freedom

Short Story   How are your parents, bear? They’re understanding as usual. They understand each other and they understand you, right? And they understand the world. You could say that. Why do you ask?...

fiction about suicide 0

Talk 7 – Special

Short Story   We are back where we started. Where is the bear? He is never late. Maybe his parents are in town. Let’s go upstairs, he will have to catch up. This is...

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Talk 6 – Whiskey

Short Story   Here is your tea. Let’s get out of this place. How are they. In hell. That low? Yes and blinded. You can’t see well from hell. Yes it’s too low. God...

fiction about family relationships 0

Talk 5 – Scream

Short Story   I could never stand living with someone like that. But you used to drink a lot. Being drunk is great but dealing with drunks is not. Tell me about it, I dealt...