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A Tale Paved in Yellow – Part 6

A Tale Paved in Yellow—Part 6 Andrew Preston By Brody Lane Gregg “I cannot go any lower!” the man says, now pleading. “Mr. Keith will not allow it.” Andrew steps away from the merchant, and even though he is small … Read More


A Tale Paved in Yellow – Part 5

A Tale Paved in Yellow—Part 5 Minor C. Keith By Brody Lane Gregg I remember the day when my dream started. It was only three years ago, but even then, I was a naïve child. Fresh to the reality of … Read More


A Tale Paved in Yellow – Part 4

A Tale Paved in Yellow—Part 4 Captain Baker By Brody Lane Gregg I know that I was dreaming. But of what, I cannot say. I hope they were happy dreams, as happiness has never been much of a reality of … Read More


A Tale Paved in Yellow – Part 3

A Tale Paved in Yellow—Part 3 Minor C. Keith By Brody Lane Gregg There is no worse sound than the screams of a dying man. No worse sight than watching the life leave his eyes. No worse feeling than knowing … Read More


A Tale Paved in Yellow – Part 2

A Tale Paved in Yellow—Part 2 Andrew Preston By Brody Lane Gregg I’ve seen this expression a thousand times. And every instance of it ends with a frown, followed by supreme disappointment, only to reappear a few days later. It’s … Read More


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