deep in the writing well, all is well….

Merry Meet

Merry Part



Merry Meet Again

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To Gambol or To Gamble by Laurel – LSK

About Laurel Kahaner

“I write to save lives, perhaps mine,” pretty much encompasses any Alchemical Recipes/Writings Laurel Kahaner may conjure. She’s called her work Symbolic Bridging for decades because she enjoys when Mysteries combine in a myriad of unexpected ways. She teaches, counsels, writes, paints, dances, dreams and takes verra long walks in the Scottish Highlands and wonderfully, finds herself there.

Laurel aka….



Written by Laurel Kahaner.


The night isn’t a hoax nor is the familiar scent of morphine.

Uptown the wager is to gamble on a riddle that

purports to lead to the Philosopher’s Stone.  I gambol more than amble

towards the castle of the intrepid Riddle Master. If my guess is defective morphine will muddle the labyrinthian riddle maze.

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denouement can mean to unknot

denouement |ˌdānoōˈmä n |nounthe final part of a play, movie, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved.• the climax of a chain of events, usually when something is decided or made clear : I waited by the eighteenth green to see the denouement.ORIGIN mid 18th cent.: French dénouement, from dénouer ‘unknot.’

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The new Flash Fiction collection will be entitled….

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alchemical writings and riddle poems

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Staying in the room

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Matter Press today

Compression: Laurel Kahaner

Flash Fiction Writer Laurel Kahaner“For me, compression conjures impression, expression and depression: a mark that remains, a mystery needing to be expressed and a desire for depth.  I like to play with words, so the next segue was compression-compassion-compass. If something is pressed in upon, compassion as a compass guides one to the prescience to distill the story. For me the quintessential compression is distillation.” — Laurel Kahaner

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