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Sample Post from the Contemporary Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaMilo Rais posts in Back To Front

The Meadows were on their front porch as Milo turned his motorcycle into their drive. As he slowed even more to turn into the section for customers Edgar raised a hand and lazily waved for him to go straight and park behind her car. There was enough room to the side of it for his bike. On the other side of the driveway were several large trees with smooth mottled trunks. He always meant to ask the Meadows if they knew what kind of trees those were, but something always made him forget.

Walking back towards the porch he tried taming his unruly hair by combing it with his fingers. He hadn’t worn his helmet for the short drive and didn’t have pomade in his hair to keep it from becoming a mess. By the time he reached the steps he thought he had it under control, but the long locks fell back into his face.

“We’ve missed you, stranger,” Edgar greeted him. She’d gotten up from the glider rocker where she’d been sitting with her wife, and when he was at an equal height to her she put her forearms on his shoulders and held the back of his head with her fingers splayed and thumbs along the back of his jaw. Then she did a thing he found adorable which was to press her lips to his while saying mmmm then finished with a happy mwah as she pulled away.

He wrapped his arms around her and lifted her off her feet as he proceeded up the steps. “I missed you too.”

He set her down near the glider. “Alice, pink suits you.”

Alice wore a wig with long soft pink layers and dark pink lipstick. She was the most eye-catching introvert he knew. “Thank you, Milo. We really have missed you. Where have you been?”

“I decided to go for a long ride.” Usually when he had the urge to go for a long ride it meant moving to somewhere new. But this time when he found himself packing only a single change of clothing, a hammock, and a few other necessities, he knew it was a round trip.

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