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Grave - The Place
grave laws :: Keith

If there was a law stating that everyone was required to be buried directly beneath the spot where they dropped over dead, I think people would tend to get out a little more; I also think nursing homes would try a lot harder, and that highway fatalities would drop, because of all the new speed bumps.

    TAGS:  death, grave - the place, nursing homes

plastic flowers :: cetacean

i always put plastic flowers on her grave because they last longer like i wish she might have so i could have known her better

    TAGS:  1st Sentence, flowers, grave - the place

The garden’s painful history was clearly written in the pages of its rundown beds, leaving the Wartime Gardener no choice but to calculate casualty rates as his trowel methodically dug once small grave after another.

    TAGS:  grave - the place, casualties, The Wartime Gardener, trowels, painful history

Grave Indeed :: Keith

As he approached the grave he felt grave indeed, but then his mind wandered, and found himself thinking about gravy.‚Äč

    TAGS:  funerals, gravy, no ducks here, wandering thoughts, grave - the place, grebes, grave - the feeling


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