Tag Archives: mystery

Tales Noir

Colors bright, but come the evening, black and white, fog and haze, eyes in the gray places, the shadows, the twilight, stories cloaked in mystery. Fleeting glimpses, half-truths told, whispered on glistening streets in the half-light, imagination noir, caught in … Continue reading

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One Step, Last Step

One step, then another in the fog, someone behind mimicking each one. One step, a sudden stop to listen, someone behind taking one step too many. One step, then another in the dark, what’s unseen behind keeping pace. One step, … Continue reading

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Walking the Edge that is Adding Mystery

Everything you don’t know is a mystery. Too, mystery adds tension and encourages involvement. Most writers know that so there’s little mystery there. What’s perhaps too often a missed, though, is that it can be a knife-edge walk between being … Continue reading

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A Mystery at Every Table

Sipping fantasy at a secluded café, intrigue in her dreams, winks and sighs and someone dies, they order another drink. Mascaraed gazes in the afternoon, film noir at night, delicious mysteries over a wineglass rim, it’s a poison lip delight. … Continue reading

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