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Love Flowers From Hell — A ghostly love story

Love Flowers From Hell — A ghostly love story



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Published by Rayanda
A spooky treat for ghost lovers and wallpaper haters. Thinking of removing that ghastly floral wallpaper with your hubby? Think again.
A spooky treat for ghost lovers and wallpaper haters. Thinking of removing that ghastly floral wallpaper with your hubby? Think again.

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Published by: Rayanda on Oct 26, 2009
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by Rayanda
Dedicated to M.A.B. for the nightmare
This is a work of fiction. All of the characters and events portrayed in this work are either products of the author'simagination or are used fictitiously.LOVE FLOWERS FROM HELL. Copyright © 2009 by Rayanda Arts. Protected by a Creative Commons 2.5 license:You are free to share and distribute this work for noncommercial purposes provided you retain attribution and make no derivativeworks. This notice of copyright must be retained on any copies.www.RayandaArts.com
by Rayanda
“I never thought I'd enjoy stripping this much,” Jason said.“Me neither,” Sara said with enough lechery to match his.A whole day deflowering. What fool wouldn't trade places with me?”She saw him smile without looking at him.He stepped back from the bedroom wall, and his smile vanished as he eyed thewallpaper. “Like what were they thinking when they hung this god-awful stuff?”“It's what comes from love.“You're a scream, Sara, a real scream.“No, really. Big yellow and orange flowers on pink and purple motifs were allthe rage when they bought this in the sixties, I expect. And they hung it with somuch care, look at how long it's taking us to get it off. We've been at it all morn-ing, and we've only got one corner done.”“So that makes the wallpaper less ugly, I suppose? It's so gross, there oughttabe a law against selling it. Anyhow what's that crappola got to do with anything?The reason we're not making any headway is because they pasted their loveflowers from hell on top of the original paper. There's plaster under there, yaknow, not drywall. Makes you wonder what sins they were trying to cover up. Youknow, I have a mind to—” He cut himself off at the sound of a kettle whistling. “—I'll get the tea. Want anything with it?”

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Good Morning from the Land of Mist-Cloaked Cedars. Here's a spooky Tuesday Short Story for you, appropriate to the season!
Lorena Ramos added this note
Great one RAYANDA....i was grasping my breath while reading it,,OH EM GIE:))
Carl F Maulbeck added this note
Congratulations on beig featured, great story, and this is ndeed heel - "It's a barren, lonely place, devoid of feeling, light, love and life. Just your mind going around in ever tightening circles with nothing, no one to connect to.” - excellent rayanda
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Great story Rayanda, it's the good old "what a tangled web we weave" with murder, and someone even getting walled-in! Congrats of the featured.

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