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A Dreamer

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    The Dreamer’s Motel had been my place of employment for as long as I can remember. Just a dusty, roadside pit stop, offering only a quiet place to rest and little else. Business has been booming lately. I go on my morning rounds, checking on the dreamers. We serve all who come through our doors. Weathered men and wrinkled women lie still in their beds, newly weds so deeply in love and shotgun couples sleep side by side on dusty...

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Ambrosia

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    The flowers were the size of your hand, dripping with nectar and rainwater that collected in the bowl among the golden petals. Only the bees would fly to reach the flowers, the wasps and ants only willing to approach those that had fallen by some sad misfortune. It was an ancient tree, hundreds of years old, its gnarled branches twisted and reach out to the open air, and bulbous growths along its trunk were covered in a blanket of lichens....

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Ambrosia

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    The flowers were the size of your hand, dripping with nectar and rainwater that collected in the bowl among the golden petals. Only the bees would fly to reach the flowers, the wasps and ants only willing to approach those that had fallen by some sad misfortune. It was an ancient tree, hundreds of years old, its gnarled branches twisted and reach out to the open air, and bulbous growths along its trunk were covered in a blanket of lichens....

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