Playing Boo with Bears

Fuzzy fiction from prompts

Playing Boo with Bears. Short fiction by Rhoda Anne
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Oh how could I forget that fateful day?

It’s made me what I am today!

That day my Dad packed us all in the car. Span the wheels on the gravel, as we sped away. I'm not sure, from where his inspiration came. Perhaps it was the can in his hand. Or perhaps it was the storm brewing with Mum.

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A R.A.Y of Hope amidst a Sea of Cerebral Turbulence! An enigmatic rose, forever graceful, forever young, forever learning. Fiction, Poetry, Art, Culture & Life

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