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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Go! I was told, to find the Ocean Called Song, -for it will not take long- Through meadows of dew-dropped grasses I danced, Through lakes and ponds of sapphire blue waters I swam, Through desert of sugar-grained sands I ran. I travelled far to find the Ocean Called Song. I dreamt to say it wou...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    The Coffee’s spilt. It dripped, it, it splatted. So deep into the paper, it seeped, the droplets burnt my feet. The steam puffed into a gaseous cloud, a sizzle so crisp. With it, the browed-bitter smell arose. Stained were the papers. Stained were my sleeves. Stained were the table’s...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    In this little heart of mine a king does reign, upon a seat gold n’ fine, a doubtful bane. A quick thump harsh a sign the blood-less stain, wounds of dreaded time, Oh! I am slain....
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    As cold as a winter’s tempest, is your short beating heart. I wonder, How does it not freeze? Why does it not? Black is the looking glass, That predicts your beauty. Black with pain, glistening with hatred, murky and poisonous. A smile you hold to taunt me, lips of a peeled apple....
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    Look- there across, so far away! Dear ocean flower of the bay. Sing your dying song, a sight so very wrong. To say you kiss me- oh so sweet- would be your utter and last defeat. “To find a lady of blooming May,” -is that not what you say? Through the glassy sand you so belong, the wav...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Walter watched his aunt’s hands as they burrowed and pulled into a sticky pile of doughy and heavenly glop. They messaged the dough up and down and worked their way into fists of floury powder. Though small, his eyes grew and grew, seeing every fleck of the snow-flacked powder on the dough’s sug...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Morning life buzzed early, dragging itself through the Monday dawn and bounding down the Roman streets. Sunlight filtered through the opened window, reflecting the golden tint of the rustic, yellow, apartment buildings and red sidewalks. Somewhere down the street, a boy could be heard shouting in v...
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    “THE COCKLE AMONGST THE WHEAT” A short tale of Anglo-Saxon England circa. 1002 CE “For it is fully agreed that to all dwelling in this country it will be well known that, since a decree was sent out by me with the counsel of my leading men and magnates, to the effect that all the Danes who...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    “The Charles in Chloe” CHARACTERS A (Chloe Dentelle): A celebrated, eighty-year old, retired, movie star. B (Charles Dentelle): The younger brother of Chloe. He would be seventy-six. C (Sarah Clement): Secretary to Chloe Dentelle. D (Doctor Branson): Chloe Dan...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    A blinding flash. Skirts twirling. Thickening cigarette smoke. Shrieks of laughter. Spilt alcohol. Drunken smiles. The green crackle of money. Thomas sat on a bar stool, his finger gently tracing the rim of his whiskey shot. His eyes scanned the maddening crowd of drunkards, his face twisted in ...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Walter sat on the river bank loosely holding a fishing pole in his right hand. He lounged sleepily against a fallen tree, his yellow-straw hat drooping over his face. His chest moved slowly up and down, the rivers soft trickle easing him into a deep slumber. The heat warmed his dreams, melting them ...
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    A sharp ray of sunlight pierced through a sea caves narrow efface. Small-colorful fish gracefully sliced through the emerald-blue pool. Their fins cut through the salt water’s calm body. Youthful sprouts of slimy-green sea plants reached for the channeling sunlight, hungry for the sun’s nutrient...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    A cool mist wraps around our home, sending a bitter chill through our empty halls. I walk numbly through them, my feet quiet against the frozen wooden floors. My hands pull my shawl tightly around my humbled figure. I find my way to my husband’s study’s window. My breath is heavy and fogs th...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    A city grown over with plants and grief, it looms in the world’s most hidden secret. The sun always shines, but no can see it. People roam, allowing the plants to consume them into a twisted game. Breaths are counted in every heaving score. High in the sky, gray bird’s stretch their...
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    The daylight shines brightest in the dark of night. A dark shadow attempts to darken an empty mind. But, in the day light, little things shine so bright. I hug my body in an embrace so tight. The sun’s absent rays are all I try to find. The daylight shines brightest in the dark of night. W...
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    Where the river curves one will find amazing treasures and finds. The water’s trickling waters will lure all passer-byers. Singing so sweetly the wind will blow through neatly, brushing through the trees turning leaves. The follower will first come to where the river meets and find moss c...
  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
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    CHARACTERS A (Gregor): The eldest brother B (Francis): The youngest brother C (Scarlet): A stranger in relation to the brothers PLACE AN ELEVATOR. ON SET, THE ELEVATOR IS MERELY A SKELETON WITH A SIMPLE RAIL ACROSS THE CIELING TO SUPPORT LIGHTING. ON TOP OF THE ELEVATOR IS A PLAT...
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