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LOVE YOU LONG TIME – CHAPTER 8 by Peter Nolan Smith

The nuns at St. Mary’s of the Foothills had taught on the Judgment Day every soul from the past, present, and future will be assembled to witness a replay of your life, after which God will decided whether you spend eternity worshipping him in Heaven or burning in Hell. With some souls he’ll make in […]

LOVE YOU LONG TIME – CHAPTER 6 by Peter Nolan Smith

Cato wrote two thousand years ago that the deadliest trap for a man is the one that a woman weaves with her tears. Every bones in my body said throw her out. Regrettably I was bound by ties much stronger than love to see this relationship to the end, for I was beyond saving myself […]

LOVE YOU LONG TIME – CHAPTER 5 by Peter Nolan Smith

The Songkran festival turned uglier faster than the previous year. Street vendors hawked squirt guns of every capacity to hooligans mixing itching powder into gutter water. Industrial drinking fueled the unholy holiday madness. Playful water fights escalated from harmless sanuk or fun into vicious shootings redressing old grudges. Pick-up trucks jerry-rigged with plastic reservoirs recklessly […]

LOVE YOU LONG TIME – CHAPTER 4 by Peter Nolan Smith

The front desk at the Malaysia remembered my room. I washed up and went to Kenny’s Bar. He was wearing my ring. The girls were older and the beer warm. I stayed a night and in the morning I called Sam. He was down in Pattaya. “I have your room all ready. Be prepared. It’s […]

LOVE YOU LONG TIME – CHAPTER 3 by Peter Nolan Smith

I saved every dollar from my commissions at Richie’s exchange. The Christmas rush consisted of six weeks of working without a day off. My commission of $6000 combined with my savings amounted to another six months in Asia. When I announced my leaving after New Year’s Eve, Richie said, “Is this how it’s going to […]