13 Kisses in the Dark

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53 thoughts on “13 Kisses in the Dark”

  1. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH(need more of this story)AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    So yes, I rather enjoyed it.

  2. And, now you’ve gone and done it! I knew there was so much more! Don’t forget where you put this because this delightful bit is going to need more chapters, a lot more chapters…like a book full of chapters! To say this piece of magic is wonderful is such an understatement. It is so good I just want to lick it!

  3. This is just super-real and well-crafted Magaly. I loved it–the chant especially, but the whole world you invoke, the characters–I guess “I just loved ever word of it,” would be the quickest way to put it! ;_)

  4. I love this story, Magaly, your words put me there in the room with the father and daughter and his unborn grand daughter that he will never see. Or, will he? Maybe you’ll craft more of their story? Oh, I hope so!

    Blessings,

    Victoria

  5. Great story! I, too, think it may need expanding… perhaps til there’s nothing left on the table but a quill. Loved it!

  6. watched him through blurry eyes until each
    line of his face was branded in her heart.

    How sweet! It takes lots of efforts to be won over. Blurry eyes make it less easy. Very refreshing short story Magaly!

    Hank

  7. Enchanting! Your words, the worlds you have created, the teasing hint of a future (or not…). This is a treat to read. Inspiring.

    And thanks for the reminder about tine cups. I already tossed mine years ago…I think…I can’t recall….
    Diana

  8. Oh this bit turned into quite an intoxicating potion. You have an amazing brain dear Magaly. I wish your books were in print so I could mold the pages to my hands and take them anywhere. I have a hard time reading mass content other than blogs on electrical devices. Happy early Halloween. I must invent a machine to transport all my blogging friends without Halloween plans to my house.

    • Thank you so much, Holly. I’m so happy you enjoy the wee tale. I’m hoping that there might be a print edition or two next year.

      And I think many of us would love to go to your home to enjoy the cackling festivities! 🙂

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