Mama by Victoria Nations

Mama   by Victoria Nations   “Mama, I dug behind the coop today, but I didn’t find anything.” Mama sat stiff, her hands gripped on the chair arms. Her gnarled fingers were gray where they curled around the ends. She glared at the shovel, at my hands, to make sure they were dirty enough. “I…

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By: Tim Tobin

Guilt, madness, and loneliness sometimes have a way of reaching down and touching our past. Mr. Tim Tobin tells us exactly how that can happen in Chuckles. Do read and enjoy.

Do you believe in ghosts? Some ancient philosophers did.

Many cultures believe in life after death. Many funeral rites we have seen here are done so with the belief that the deceased will carry on, in some form, preferably in some place that is peaceful. Living in a funeral home, and working in a cemetery, you tend to see many, many curious things, but…