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R. Morgan Stories

fantasy, death, and dreams

The Child

When a strange woman arrives at his daughter's grave, Marcus takes a journey through the mystical dangers of the forest to hush the spirit of a crying child.

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The Queen of Lights – Part 3

Harriet confronts her mother about the mysterious letter, but her past in the land of her fantasies keeps coming back for her.

An Encounter with the Sleeping Beauty

When a woman steps into the waiting room, Donovan has an unexpected conversation with her.

Diecinueve

Cuando volteó, lo único que vio fue el polvo levantarse afuera de su ventana y vidrio colorado cubriendo el piso. Sus manos temblaban. Apenas si podía sentir sus piernas. Pasos corrían bajando las escaleras. Los ladridos de perros resonaban en... Continue Reading →

Mythology Part 1

When four students get together to work on a project, the evening might just take a much darker turn

Nineteen

A girl's experience of the aftermath

Querido Tec…

Dejé Nueva York año y medio antes de graduarme de preparatoria y me vine a México. Dejé atrás a amigas que amo y a una escuela que adoro. Por mucho tiempo extrañé tanto a Nueva York que no me permitía... Continue Reading →

Legend of the Realms Chapter Three

Books fell on the table and woke Sphene up. She jolted up and brushed her tangled hair away from her face. The orange light of the sun flooded the library. Josut leaned over a pile of books, “When I told you to take one of these books to bed, I didn’t mean for you to sleep in the library.” She rubbed her eyes, “I didn’t realize how late it was.” “Did you eat last night?” He asked. She shook her head. “Of course, you didn’t. Come on, I can’t let you leave like this.” He stood up and held out a hand for Sphene. She took it and followed him. It was only during early mornings that Sphene realized how massive her castle was. Every step she took through the hallways weighed on her. Servants passed by her as they carried buckets of water and fabric from room to room. She might have been leaving that afternoon, but all chores seemed to go uninterrupted.

Thirteen

When a woman falls in love with a flame, she'll do anything to keep it alive.

Freud and the Virgin

Ada has been waiting for years and she has finally chosen to lose her virginity. Yet two of her friends have very strong opinions about it.

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