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Hemingway's Shorts chooses pirate tale

5:38 PM, Jul. 30, 2013
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Hemingway's Shorts, a short-story fiction-writing group, chose Linda Behling Raap's story for the July meeting.

The prompt: The familiar strains of "The Bridal March" filled the hall as she slowly strode up the aisle, arm in arm with her father. He was beaming and she was radiant. When they reached her husband-to-be, he completed the traditional handoff from her father right on cue. In a blur of expectations, initial words were spoken by the official-her chaplain uncle. He then raised the opportunity for a response that no bride or groom wishes to hear. "If there be anyone here who thinks that ...

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