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  April 2019
volume 16 number 1
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David Scriven
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photo by dave scriven

    David Scriven is an environmental engineer who lives with his wife Lynn in the hinterlands of Western Riverside County. He does volunteer work for a non-profit religious organization, takes pictures, and plays harmonica in a band. He has two grown-up daughters. His photographs have appeared in the book Weird California and in several publications dealing with bugs.

   

 

The last day of the old theatre

It was a foggy morning when the old theatre quietly collapsed; its dust billowing and blending with the fog like ink in milk. If only Edwin, the flea circus man, had not lost his fickle charges to a stray schnauzer--then, perhaps, he would never have had reason to attempt to train termites.

copyright 2019 David Scriven