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  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    There are hidden pieces of ourselves that we are afraid of. In the cold little crevasses of our thoughts, they sit, settled back in their shadows, waiting for the bright lights that gleam through the front of our minds to slip up so they can take some sort of momentary control. The light will come f...
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    They stood in front of their burning livelihood, fingers twiddling behind their backs expecting a response from him, that is the grand master, piles upon piles ago. Addressing the malarkeys that had happened upon OUR livelihood, the Grand Master said, with one aged shrunken finger pointed at the de...
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    A little drop of hope was the only thing keeping the dry insanity from completely ruling my entire being. Maybe this disaster will give me some sort of freedom. Something that will make me see my life in a better way. But it did the exact opposite. What happened didn’t open the box that confined m...
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    MY DEAR EX-WIFE, In all likelihood you will most willingly take me to court for not including your monthly alimony check in the confines of this envelope, but luckily I have a missing automobile along with an enchanted story to enlighten you with that will explain to you, not only why I am encomp...
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    With hands squished over his ears, to block out the screams, and shoulders hunched against the cobblestone court yard, to keep himself as close to the ground as possible, John counted one endless second after another. He felt a sudden wave of heat as a body toppled down next to him. Cowardly,...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    We weren’t the kind if people that they looked in the eye as they walked down the street. They found something else to occupy their gaze. Anything other than our wore, grimy faces. I knew if I was them, I would do the same thing. Avoid eye contact, dig my hands into my pockets, pretend ...
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    There was a white gate at the back of their yard separating the Manor from the forest that sat darkened and unknown behind the twelve feet of thick white lawn poles. He had always wondered if he could open the locked gate into darkening woods, described as ominous by those who kept it locked but nev...
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    They wanted her to make the Decision. The way they sat, legs crossed, narrowed eyes, watching her non-existent movement. Make The Decision, their prickly intertwined fingers said. You must decide, not later now. Now. Now. NOW. She hated this. All this. Them. The Decision. The entire blank, empty roo...
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    There were always those who hunkered down in the souls of the trees, those who made sure that when everything was overturned they were not there to be taken over. They could watch as the entire system that was built to work, worked too well and twisted up everything and ruined it. Those who understo...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    He paced back and forth across the tangled stained carpet, twiddling his fingers. He had yet to buckle his dress pants up, or even tuck in his shirt. Too busy deciding what to do. I could feel the wetness on the back of my head. All spread across the previously white now red pill...
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    August stared up at the yellow stain on the wall. The stain wasn’t a stain anymore. It was a memory. A big, yellow memory that matched the color of the rising sun his family use to watch on a deserted beach during the summer. The stain was the same shade of the yellow bike his father use to ride a...

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