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Amoeba’s Lorica: Me-Ning

The old white sage, grizzled and frizzled in his gray hooded robe, sat cross-legged in front of the mouth of his cave, high above the treeline in the mountains, looking every bit like the stereotypical old white sage sitting cross-legged … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Eat No Fat

The sun was setting on a forest of low scrub, gray and bare, eking out a living on a soil of dun-colored sand. It was cold, near to freezing, and looked colder, because the November winds had already blown what … Continue reading

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Amoeba’s Lorica: Bleater’s Bane (A Fable)

If you spend long enough traveling the disappearing backroads of central Florida, the tale of Bleater’s Bane will come to your ears in tortured snippets, like the whine of a mosquito in some far corner of the bedroom on a … Continue reading

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