Posts by waynescheer

A Love Story

By on Feb 8, 2015 in Cuttings, Fiction | Comments Off

Alex felt so doped up with painkillers and anxiety-reducing drugs that when they wheeled him into the operating room, he couldn’t worry, had he wanted to. The one thing he recalled was asking if his wife had been notified. A familiar voice whispered, “I’m here, honey. I’m here,” but too much was going on to make sense of anything. He saw bright lights and people in blue scrubs. Someone told him to count backwards from ten. He reached nine when a new calmness allowed him to block out the image of a car racing through a red light straight toward him. It seemed...

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Young Love

By on Sep 13, 2011 in Cuttings, Humor | Comments Off

Arlan and Diana met at Freshman Orientation.  She fantasized running her fingers through his thick, curly hair.  He ogled her tight, round ass. By the end of their first week of classes, they shared breakfast at the Union every morning and dinner in the evening.  A few weeks later, he mentioned that his roommate had dropped out, and no one had been assigned to his dorm room.  She moved in, and they remained inseparable.  Without ever really dating, they discussed marriage after graduation. Although their relationship seemed ideal, one thought tugged at the back of...

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