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Charisma of Cranes

Originally posted on Carrot Ranch Literary Community:
Fossil records suggest cranes have existed for over 35 million years. Today, 15 species of cranes still grace the world, and the near-extinction of Whooping Cranes inspired action to protect these large, beautiful birds capable of dance. Writers explored the charisma of cranes — their ability to capture our imaginations through art and…

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Beltane’s Song – A #Haibun #Tanka #flashfiction

       I’m short on time today because I played in the dirt yesterday, so I’m combining my Tanka Tuesday poetry challenge with the Carrot Ranch.com flash fiction challenge, with those rules below. Click HERE to learn more about this week’s Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge. May 3, 2018, Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) use

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For the Bats

Originally posted on Carrot Ranch Literary Community:
INTRO Bats eat mosquitoes and pollinate many crucial plants, including bananas and agave (a plant used for making tequila). They also occupy the belfries of imaginative minds. Taking to the bat caves this week, writers emerged with batty stories and stories about bats. This collection promises to be crazy-good. The following stories are…

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