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The Rainbow Kids

A dystopian short story

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Beyond the cracked sidewalk, and the telephone pole with layers of flyers in a rainbow of colors, and the patch of dry brown grass, there stood a ten-foot high, concrete block wall caked with dozens of coats of paint. There was a small shrine at the foot of it with burnt out candles and dead flowers and a few soggy teddy bears. One word of graffiti filled the wall; red letters on a gold…




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Melissa R. Mendelson

Melissa R. Mendelson

Horror, Science-Fiction and Dystopian Short Story Author and Poet.

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