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  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    There’s an old man sitting on a bench. His hat, an outdated bowler, is pulled low over eyes set deep into a bent head. His hands are folded in his lap. His eyes, they’re open; he’s not praying. But he’s talking to God nonetheless. A sigh: wind? Breath? A young man appears, sitting next ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    So imagine this: it’s nighttime, and it’s cold outside. Your coat is not as warm as you thought it’d be. It’s not snowing yet, but it will later. You don’t know that, though. All you know is that you can’t see the moon and the clouds look purple and are swollen with precipitation. Are yo...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The road winds on and the darkness behind me grows ever closer. Whither will I flee, should the road fail me? To the left lies fire, to the right the sundered sea where the bones of my fellow travellers lie unburied and unsung. Forward is the only direction I may go. I have traveled lo...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The dark sea turns on the beach. "You are not what you were," it cries. But the beach lies in still repose, careless of the sea's anguish. The dark sea roars to the sky, "What have my eyes seen?" Whilst the dusky sky shatters into a thousand silver tears. The dark sea ...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    My grandfather used to tell me stories about the beginning of the world. He would sit with me on our garden ledge, halfway up the Mountain, and gaze out over the wild wood. He used his hands a lot when he told stories, his fingers painting horizons that I would never see. He told me about Ilana an...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    His mother had seized him and nearly thrown him into the potato cellar in her haste. He had yelped as his rear hit the dirt floor. “I can fight!” he’d cried, but his mother snatched the ladder up so he couldn’t climb out. “Let me up!” “Be quiet,” his mother had snapped, and pushed...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Broken Charred and shattered Glass Metal Wood People Chaos reigned here Unchecked, unchallenged Panic was his son Terror his daughter Succumb, they cried Succumb Courage was his downfall Honor his stumbling-block Be free, they called Be free But the people failed to hear And turned ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    L is for the laughter and the love and the lies and the things that keep firm. I is for the industry and the interests and the ideas that are behind everything. F is for all the friends left so far behind, and all those kept close and strong. E is for the end of the poem, for the education that ...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
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    0300 hours, August 23, 2552 Epsilon Eridani System, UNSC Frigate Hawkeye In orbit above planet Reach I glance at my TACPAD. According to the orders listed, I’m to report to Gunnery Sergeant Markin, who’s right behind this door in front of me. In a meeting. Taking a deep breath, I square my ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You told me once, Long ago, of kings and castles, of knights and woe. Of demons and dragons, and the heroes who slew them, but to me you were the greatest of them all. You took me over the seas; we dug up buried gold. We laughed and danced and cried and played and scorned those who woul...

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