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The Easter Bell

What, chocolates don’t fall from the sky?

Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash

When I heard the little metal bell ringing in the garden, I jumped out of bed and ran to my window to push back the curtain and look through the window at the fruit trees. The Easter bells had just passed, that was for sure since I had just heard the alert.

Hidden in the trees and other bushes that inhabited the garden, eggs, bunnies…

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Stories that matter. Emotion first and foremost.

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Thomas Gaudex

Thomas Gaudex

Writer. Dreamer. Editor of Scribe. Literature, humanities and nature help me breathe | ✦ thomasgaudex.co

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