Tag Archives: Art

Art Irritates Life

It’s due. I know, I know. Do you have anything? Maybe… Do you want to tell me about it? NO! Okay, okay! Sorry. I’m stressed. Because of- Exactly. We could do something else. I really need to finish this. How … Continue reading

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Endings and Beginnings-Arrondissement Part Seventy One

“Like most bad decisions, it began with drinks,” said The Huygens as she moved to the springtime window. She traced a pattern on the glass. It rippled and the scene changed to a biergarten in the late afternoon. Women and … Continue reading

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Action Must Be Taken-Arrondissement Part Forty

                                                                    Tragedy Reversed                                                              By Eloise Van der Linde                                                November 3rd, 394th Year of the Thrush An accident occurred today at the construction site on the Rue du Référentiel for the new annex of the Musée d’art post-ancien when a ledge … Continue reading

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You Cannot Own a Cat-Arrondissement Part Thirty-Eight

The blue tabby accepted the morsel of chicken from Renée’s fingers. “How long have you owned that cat?” asked the Dashing Chevalier. “It’s presumptuous to say you own a cat.” Meowing in agreement, the tabby gently tapped his paw on … Continue reading

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Doors and Discovery-Arrondissement Part Twenty Four

Arcane art was never really Olivia’s favorite style, it always made her think of the Oil Paint Wars, which in turn, made her sad. Her grandmother was still fighting, at least as far as she knew. But she had to … Continue reading

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