From time to time, I engage in the practice of automatic writing. This is an area of the site to publish such pieces. I just had a set of general phrases this time. I’ve broken them into paragraphs. Let me know if it means anything to anyone.


He’s going to Mississippi, but doesn’t know why.

They came again last week looking for that damned box. I don’t know what they think they’ll find, no one knows where it is. They hid it by the Shelly curve last summer, but can’t remember where it was.

Yes, he killed her. Now, she haunts that mountain. He said he’d pay for it. I guess now he’s haunting it, too.

Do you remember the battle? I think they believed it was over. That’s why they came back. They wanted to see it for themselves. Do you remember the last time? Cecelia did. Didn’t do her any good.

I couldn’t have saw him there. He died last May. You remember? We went to the funeral. It rained. But, there was this beautiful rainbow and we assumed he was resting in peace. I can’t believe you forgot

How on earth did you get here so quick? Wait a minute… you don’t look so well. Say, are you okay? I wouldn’t ask, but really you look ill.

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