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Experience Counts

Kazanskiís grin matched his catís; the dead one.
I waved my bayonet but him: always right.
Two in a bed, OK but locking the door
against ghosts, I just cut loose.
Kazanski said an old man got in the bed. Ghost?
I know a female body when I feel one.
The End

Cleveland W. Gibson©2005


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The following comments are for "Experience Counts"
by Cleveland W. Gibson

Strange...
...I'm not sure what to make of this. That's not to say I didn't enjoy the insanity. This line:

'I waved my bayonet but him: always right'


It made little sense to me. The rest of it piqued my imagination; this seemed either over the top or just a typo. Just my observation, anyway.

-SD

( Posted by: strangedaze [Member] On: February 17, 2005 )

Experience Counts
Hi thanks for reading the story. It sort of ties up with Solitary Confinement. In a longer version to be published in April I've named the cell mate as Kazanski. I've explained the who,what,where,and why about the doctor trying to probe the mentality of a soldier in the Foreign Legion. Three days without water in a concrete bunker and things get very ...
But in EC you need to read it line by line. But it's all there without a wasted word.
Best wishes
CWG

( Posted by: Cleveland W. Gibson [Member] On: February 18, 2005 )





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