Beyond Babel D. Paul Angel 1,034 Words When the Tower fell the peoples all scattered as with seed upon the wind. All the Tribes left, save one, who called themselves the Nubespatii. For them the land was sacred, consecrated by the Tower's fall. Amid the Tower's rubble and carnage they dug out their meager village. … Continue reading Beyond Babel
Margraaten, formally known as the Netherlands American Cemetery, is located on 65 acres of rolling green hills. We visited it on a family trip to Europe because it is the final resting place of my Grandfather. I no longer remember the exact day he fell, but I know it was within only a month or … Continue reading Margraaten
Heiss & Burg's Coffee Roasting Co. D. Paul Angel 999 Words It has come to my attention that the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle may not be quite so well known as I so blithely assumed. Simply put, the more accurately you know a particles speed, the less accurately you can know its position, or vice-versa. So, … Continue reading Heiss & Burg’s Coffee Roasting Co.
Monster-A-Go D. Paul Angel 868 Words Claire walked up to Bruce as he was pouring himself a cup of coffee. "Have you lost weight, Bruce?" she asked, looking him over as she grabbed some coffee for herself. "No, I don't think so," he replied, unconsciously sucking in his gut anyway. "I have finally been able … Continue reading Monster-A-Go