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  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The Black Cat Eden Arielle The blue moonlight found its way to my window and perched upon it like silver smoke. I held the covers to my chest, watching flecks of glittering dust rise up through the air. It was then that I felt them watching me. My lungs opened wide and drew in the dusty...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    They came from the north, in flaming coats of smoke and steel those nordic creatures made of snow their eyes filled up with boreal. Perhaps from Sweden, Finland; some inscrutable place, full of flame and when they came we asked of them, what did they mean to dream? And they replied, ...
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    The password to my secret forest means both dark and light. I cannot tell you what it is, in case you’re there some distant night, but it always is, it always shall be, and I shall never forget it as long as I am me. In the dawn, light crept through the candle leaves, and wax dripped down the ...
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    I met Winter at a Christmas party. I was dressed in glitter from head to toe, warmly wrapped in cinnamon, and he smelled like ashes from the hearth. He was drowned in a black cloak and his eyes were steel blue, and his lips were thin with snow-white teeth behind. He carried me into the snow...
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    I stood by the water, watching the thin, radiant surface scatter and twist in the wind. Summertime heat flushed the air, and the sky was boldly azure, like a carpet strung over my head. “Want to jump in?” said Birch, smiling. His eyes, spaced far apart, gave him a slight resemblance to a fro...
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    The girl lay, like a beached fish, limpid and crushed by the icy air. Inside her fragile skeleton, a vibrant heart still beat. Trussed in the flailing fabric of blood and opal intestine, the scarlet organ fluttered, lifting its sheets of tissue up and down, like the wet wings of a drowning butterfly...
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    ALONE WITH THE CAMPFIRE, I can see stars peeking through the trees. Through a thin, lacy sheet of conifers, a lake glitters. Its faintly rippled surface looks like blown glass, reflecting a brilliant mirage of sky. Behind me, the forest is dark and deep. I dip a thin stick into the flames, and th...
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    You know how there are some songs that, with a single note, can bring back a flood of memories as powerfully as if they’re happening all over again? Whereas with other songs, the words speak so much truth to your heart that you just want to paint them all over the world, carve them into your skin ...
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    “We don’t belong together,” said Ray to Linea, “and I don’t think we’re supposed to be here.” The sunset was orange above them, dripping down the hills like a giant fruit squeezed to pulp by huge hands, then pressed against the watery outline of the mountains to where it gushe...
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    a cacophony of birdsong echoes and glitters on the aerial leaves that hang like arms above the mossy earth. the forest is an artist shimmering with rain dancing beneath the thralls of clouds flocking like so many hummingbirds parakeets, and plumed aracaris. somehow it seems that the c...
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    We were driving past a river, a crease of cool, glittering landscape speckled with stones and dusted with fringes of white foam. I looked out of the car window for a second, and the pigment cones in my eyes picked up an abstraction, a blemish in the perfectly natural, serene view before me. A man, w...
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    The night was starry, blue and grey and inky, like a giant octopus had unleashed its wrath on the broad dome of sky above them. “There’s something about an island,” said Lila, “in the middle of the ocean, that makes you feel completely endless.” “Wanna get drunk?” said Aaron. ...
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    The kids and I caught a pigeon in the city once. It was grey, with a faint sheen on its feathers resembling the residue of bubble liquid, all fluorescent with rainbows. It blinked its emerald eyes and swiveled its little neck from side to side, probably wondering if we were in possession of some kin...
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    It’s never easy being on one side of a scale when you can’t see the other. he’s over there, i’m here, and the planet is stagnant. The table is a sad excuse for marble and I strike up a conversation with the empty seats about me enjoying the half-silence which is punctuated ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    a perfume of pine a white dress of frosty lace and crystal jewelry....
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    “Can you believe it?” Dulce said to his friend as they crossed the grassy yard, heading towards the hovership that lingered in the blue distance. “That was probably illegal,” Greshen smirked, running a hand across his shaved head. “God. But that’s why I love Mr. Liepello.” The ...
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    on certain winter days when the light hangs just so reflections become shadows and smoke slides through mirrors like long-fingered hands singing song’s of winter’s white. on certain winter days my heart falls so low it scrapes the blistering core of the earth where the demons of thoug...
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    where do all of the skeletons go? to the pale gloom of a frostless field with only the remnants of winter lying in grey pits of slush gaping open like eyes the easy river lopes thin and slender a dying sunflower brittle as chips of sullen gold ore made phosphorescent by the blue l...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Coral Beach is a yellow swale of sand knitted between a rocky landscape of harsh saltwater grasses and the creased blue ocean. It has been the haunt of many a white-winged seagull, and it is but a halfway place for stranded stars and spiny anemones washed up from the deep. Crabs scuttle sideways, th...
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    BETWIXT the twining branches of forsythia bushes, where the fireflies burn and clouds cry tears of bittersweet hail, at the stained-glass window of the skeleton of a small log cabin, you will find the last door to the Otherworld. There used to be millions of these doors. All I needed to do was re...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    I storm down the cobblestone street, pulling my thick black coat closer to me. The icy wind finds its way into my every crack and gap of bare skin, and it feels like someone is pressing an ice cube to my cheeks. The cold sun is shaded by pregnant grey clouds. A streetlight spreads an eerie rutilant ...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    ALABAMA, 1872 I can’t remember why I was up in the attic. I had always hated the place. Sunlight laced its fingers through the patchwork of cobwebs covering the old window, landing in a dusty square on the old wooden floor. I squinted as I attempted to finger my way past ancient, moth-eaten c...
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    She walked among the waves, the thin cashmere fabric of her white hoop skirt flailing languidly about her pale white ankles. The air was silent, save for the quiet splash of sea foam as it breathed in and out on the shore. Her feet sunk into the dark, wet sand. Tiny grains clung to her ankles, w...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    Life is a journey Someday we’ll make it to the end But remember when we get there... I was your friend The things that we worry about are so trivial The oceans we cross seem tiny behind us But we learn how to love and everything in between Life is insane, life is so mean, yeah Complexi...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The world gasps for snow But no longer do I wait for you In the cold months of autumn You punched the air out of my chest Wrapped vines around my throat Made me a penniless fool Stole the life from my eyes Now as the winter descends Those dark vines slowly die Revealing a glittering forest ...

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