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The thrill grabbed me by the neck with its stone cold hands of brick wall. The poison it stiffened my mouth and it soundlessly found my tongue free of these words. This night of my...

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Daddy's Womb This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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i asked my father if i could swim, and he said that i would drown. The Sea would imprison me – he said if my feet had left the ground. So i walked out to the water, and cried out – how...

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   When I was maybe nineI would lie awake nightsstaring fearfully at the deep-navydome of starless skyand I followed the progressof each plane as itblinked hauntingly past my...

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