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The Lark

A Return to Summer

Photo by Mick Haupt on Unsplash

Corrine knew this summer was going to be great. Her bright blue eyes scanned the changing landscape. Living in the center of the Canadian Prairie Provinces, her eyes had become ill of seeing endless fields and a great, vast, featureless horizon. Yes, the sky was more prominent than big, an overhead ocean of blue in the day, and at night, a black blanket permeated with pinholes of gleaming glitter. But now, she was leaving the most often mundane existence…




The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Arpad Nagy

Arpad Nagy

A Proud Hungarian-Canadian late 40’s, throwback romantic that loves to write. 5xTop Writer. Co-Editor for Kitchen Tales. Open for gigs.

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