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Normal Green Door

A Short Story

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There was this green door, a normal wooden door, but an odd door nonetheless. It was strange because, in all my life in this rural town, I don’t ever recall seeing this door. Maybe even more striking was the strange coldness the door emanated, even though we were in the middle of summer. My friend and I found it embedded into the cliff near the water where we lived. It had a single rusted metal handle and a…

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Zachary Seda

Zachary Seda

Love creating my own universe. I write short stories and post them weekly. Use this link to be a member on Medium: https://zacharyseda.medium.com/membership

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