Tag: Jan B. Parker

Wild Deer and Rivers by Jan B. Parker

Wild Deer and Rivers by Jan B. Parker

I go to the hills of North Carolina to get away from city life and experience a lesser spinning of the world. I leave the fast-paced blur of town and enter a hodge-podge collage of different looking people and clean smelling air with a fraction of the suburb’s noise. At the cabin on the river, […]

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Good Night Dear Blue, Sweet Dreams by Jan B. Parker

Good Night Dear Blue, Sweet Dreams by Jan B. Parker

Okay, it’s done. The vote’s been cast. I am shelving Blue, my most trusted friend, my confidante, mi amante hecho de papel. Thing is, Blue did it to himself. He grew old and too full of himself. His circles began spiraling in orbits too wide to understand, too wild to get ahold of, and I […]

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The Tiny Chill by Jan B. Parker

The Tiny Chill by Jan B. Parker

The landscape of their still young relationship seemed as vast as the great open grasslands of the Coastal Plains, a place where one can actually breathe freely and not worry about being mugged—not that being mugged really worried either the man or the woman in this relationship anymore than say, having a prehistoric grasslands bison […]

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