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Lit Up

The Memory Bag

Best not to draw anything out

Photo by kausalya Patra on Unsplash

The strangest bit, at first anyway, was how the wall soaked up the day. Not just the light, mind you. The whole day. A great sheet of blank film, it greedily sucked in blue sky, green trees, red and yellow signage, and the rush hour rainbow of passing pedestrians and vehicles. The wall’s white expanse was an undeveloped portrait of the city. Until the girl appeared.

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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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Dale E. Lehman

Dale E. Lehman

Award-winning author of mysteries, science fiction, humor, and more. Get “The Fibonacci Murders” free: https://www.daleelehman.com/free-ebook-offer.

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