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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    There are approximately one septillion stars in our universe. That number can increase or decrease, depending on the number of light years between our strained eyes and the winking needleheads against the infinite night sky. That could also only be a small handful of the real amount, like scooping a...
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    I walked past a stranger once, and my brain took a photograph. A blurry photograph, hurriedly executed and dipped under water. I was not stricken by anything particular about this stranger, There was no eccentric haircut, no wildly fashionable clothing, no distinguishing features. What struck m...
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    I often wonder How I could navigate this earth, explore this plane, Without my fellow adventurers: Those who share my chocolate irises, my brushstrokes of freckles. I wonder What it would be like not to have a first mate as a roommate for twelve years, a bowswain across the hall, To help guide...
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    I might write a poem, a prodigious, outstanding poem, One laden with verbs and nouns, with extraordinary prepositions and conjunctions, With thesaurus-flavored adjectives, and frivolous interjections, But, I can’t think of what to write. I might glue together a stanza, a line, a word, paste ...
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    I read once, but maybe not, maybe my mind fabricated it, spooling it together for later use, that when a person is dying, their brain lets out a burst of euphoria, a celestial sensation that engulfs their mind. But this is only after a steady decay. The trees have not yet reached that euphor...
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    She is a fragile hawk, enclosed in sheets of metal, in plastic Her white-boned knuckles make a life preserver of the armrest She is falling Falling Falling Her eyelids are crumpled in on themselves, trying to anchor her in a dream She is in a car. This is but a bumpy road. But the light blan...
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    The Session ther•a•py [ther-uh-pee] noun, plural ther•a•pies 1. the treatment of disease or disorders, as by some remedial, rehabilitating, or curative process Dr. Rashmi Kapoor could have been consulting with a woman whose family empire had filed for bankruptcy or a six-year...
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    They had entered the party at 7 p.m. – as one would, having never been to a high school party before – two hours before anyone else arrived. The host danced nervously around them, her eyes flashing at these strangers. They were not new to the school or exotic exchange students, but spent most of...

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