Archive for Tag Archives: ' Ute Carson'

Flash Fiction: The Devil Runs Fast

by Ute Carson They climbed over the stone wall of our gated community. During the day the thefts were minor, garden tools left in the yard, a bike leaning against a garage and even my denim [...]

Give me a Grandparent

by Ute Carson   On her wedding day my daughter turned to me and said, “Thank you for giving me a grandmother.” Through tranquility and turmoil grandparents bridge the decades as the oil in their lamps [...]

The Mysteries of Others

  by Ute Carson Our thoughts drift away with the clouds but we can pull them back down at will. We can squirrel away our emotions in the unconscious and when needed dig them up again. [...]