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Lit Up

I’d Like To Paint You

I bet he would! by JeromeBirti

I’m an artist,” he told me the night we met.
It was a party hosted by a writer friend who always invited me
as the unattached, not all that bad looking female.
The artist was not all that bad looking either. Actually,
a helluva lot better looking than I, me being a woman,
he being a total hunk. Tall, longish brown hair with gray strands,
tweedy jacket, tight jeans, great ass. Seemed…




Welcome to Lit Up -The Land of Little Tales. Here you can read and submit short stories, flash fiction, poetry - in brief, your own legend. We're starting little. But that's how all big stories begin.

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Joan A. Evans

Joan A. Evans

▪️ education: clinical psycologist, PhD. ▪️ vocation: writer, with the heart of a poet. ▪️ avocation: connoisseur of human folly. ▪️ philosophy: cats rule

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