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"A message of truth from the multiverse!" That should have been my cue to cut and run, yet some weird quality of his voice--a hint of remorse, maybe-- shackled my legs. I resigned myself to hearing whatever nonsense he was peddling. "Look, pal," I said. "Just tell me what you think I ought to know-- and then we'll both be on our way, okay?" "You sure you're ready to hear it?" "What, your message? Yeah, just get on with it!" "Okay," he said, but then paused, as if reconsidering my suitability to receive his wisdom. Finally, with my patience nearing exhaustion, he heaved a sigh and speared me with his gaze. "One is one." "Huh? What? Is that it?"........... My illustration for this month's story on Kasmamagazine ( One is One ) written by Vaughan Stanger. You can read this one and other great stories at: www.kasmamagazine.com/one-is-o… and remember this...... One is One........
"Even further away, Hissène Nouri, a Bedouin herdsmen living near Aïn Galaka in northern Chad noted the distant arrival of what appeared to be a flame-retardant aubergine. As it neared, three camels were spooked and a fourth ran toward it..." February illustration for the story on Kasmamagazine. Project White by Robert Drake read it at : http://www.kasmamagazine.com/project-white.cfm
"They kiss, warm and passionate and hungry. Lew growls and hurries Sarah toward the bed, and atop the thin scratchy sheets he relearns his wife, the softness of her skin, the ticklish spot over her hip, the way she gasps his name, ragged, and tightens her thighs to urge him deeper as they rock together, tugging each other toward that final, explosive end." First illustration of the year for Kasmamagazine. Pickpockets by Kai Hudson , awesome story.... you can read it at: http://www.kasmamagazine.com/pickpockets.cfm