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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Her mouth is running and her mind is working But she's working too fast and her psyche wasn't meant to handle all that power and she feels it heating up she's burning bridges one at a time, connected in series and the more resistance there is the brighter shell burn “Why can't you think?â...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The animal kingdom is just that-- a kingdom. Mother Nature wove the lives of her children together so tightly that her kingdom’s hierarchy is inescapable. Each creature’s movements seem set in stone. Mother Nature, after all, is always watching, ensures that there is always balance. Deep in t...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Her mouth went from zero to infinity in about two seconds and infinity to the ground in about four. By the time her brain had caught up, she had already crashlanded out of her mind, crushing the bodies of those who cared enough to try to break her fall and destroying the bones of those who were...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Mom always said that sharing was caring: It seems that I cared too much and you shared to liberally. So I shared. I shared all these half-formed aspirations and sprawling poems, shot these kisses right under your skin and tickled your laughter because I knew you’d stay. So you shared. ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    She watched him out of the corner of her eye. She memorized the curve of his lip, the dimples that appeared when he smiled. A joke was made. She soaked in his laughter, drowned in the twinkle of his eye. His features alone, she mused, were less than perfect. But he was this mosaic: those frag...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    Something inside of her had broken. It was a subtle change- a single spider web on the surface of her skin- but it was there nonetheless. He didn’t know exactly what had struck her, but he could feel it in her rigid posture, see it in her half smile, taste it in her laughter. She no longer carried...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    Considering the store's mysterious reputation, it was surprisingly well lit. A tiny storefront blossomed into a sprawling labyrinth of jars and boxes. There were scented candles, bathing salts, colorful ointments, and unidentifiable goops. She picked up a glass bottle advertised as a love potio...

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