Southern Woman Dieting

Southern Woman Dieting – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III …My Aunt Emma had a trick foot and had to wear prescription shoes, one foot being one inch shorter and the foot of a bird, my Aunt Emma having the foot of an ostrich only two toes, and half her left leg covered in scales, […]

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Chewbacca Gets a Haircut

Chewbacca Gets a Haircut – Copyright James Francis Keegan III   …“Ow my God! Look at your 11 o’clock! He’s like eight feet tall and hair longer than a wedding train. And look, matted like a shitzu.” “Gross.” “Maybe it is part of his religion.” “If I get any of his nasty smell under my […]

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The Magician’s Coat Pockets

The Magician’s Coat Pockets – Copyright James Francis Keegan III     ‘When one has much to put into them, a day has a hundred pockets.’ – Friedrich Nietzsche Having left his black herringbone coat on a love seat, the magician went on stage. I thought I’d look through the pockets. I snooped I did. […]

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The Parents Pudding and Custard

The Parents Pudding and Custard – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III …Gentleman Pudding Married Custard, and She Gave Birth to a Little Baby Bunting, Frosting. Pudding – made of flour, milk, cornstarch, eggs, and sugar – took a law degree in Patisserie from the University of Rennes. And Custard – sugar, whipping cream, egg […]

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The Abilene Abduction

The Abilene Abduction – copyright by James Francis Keegan III A female news correspondent, just out of graduate school, her first job, a small market, only two job offers, one a station in Arkansas, K.H.O.G., K for all stations west of the Mississippi River, HOG for the Arkansas Razor backs, the second station in Texas, […]

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A Domesticated Something

A Domesticated Something – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III …You have heard of a golden doodle, a dog, have golden retriever, half poodle, from the year 1992. But have you heard of a Hodge-Podge? Shopping for a family pet, and my sons all wanting something different, “A bearded lizard,” “A Dalmatian,” “A box turtle.” […]

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The Strength of Ten Men

The Strength of Ten Men – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III …Bodily, and being given bodily power, the strength of ten men, I would have to try my powers out. What fun I had out running dogs. What fun I had walking over a six foot fence was to me a row of irises. […]

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For the Fans

For the Fans – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III …Nothing sexual, she just a close friend, a former colleague, she always found herself fallen over on the ground, the woman sober you understand, but drawn over. Something about which to gossip. She makes her muscles taunt, and I prop her up either against a […]

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A New Insect, a Mayfly, But Mechanical

A New Insect, a Mayfly, But Mechanical – Copyright James Francis Keegan III …Found by child, a new insect, a mayfly, but mechanical, which flew about in an apparatus metal, its wings like cactus wool to the touch. A little scary, how once the insect, named Baby by the little boy Tom, a six-year-old, witnessed […]

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Marooned on Plant World

Marooned on Plant World – Copyright by James Francis Keegan III After my S.O.S. broadcast, and after I ejected safely in my escape pod, and against odds, a successful reentry, having landed safely, on a habitable world, a world without animals, a planet of only plants, and here I am, and no one will even […]

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