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  • Opinion > Movies / Music / TV
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    International Women’s Day has just been and gone, and I must say it is truly uplifting to ruminate upon the plethora of women, acclaimed and anonymous, who have made leaps and bounds to win us women an equal grounding in every arena. Sport, business, politics, music- actually, scratch that last on...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Life on a whole has been quite been benevolent to me so far. I was fortunate enough to have been born into a family of considerable material wealth, and more importantly, an infinite abundance of love. I am cherished by a mother of incomparable strength, and respected (the majority of the time!) by ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Mr Stolberg blinked and stirred in his single bed. It was the in-between of the night; the time when one is not sure whether the day is near at hand or hours beyond. The moon, a small butter smear on the silvery blue fabric of the sky, bathed the room in a dull, phantom light. Gingerly, he rose onto...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    Mary navigated rows upon rows of identical white pillars. Each only a foot in height, they stretched away in perfect, unbroken lines to the horizon and back, like an endless picket fence. Grazing the tops of the smooth marble monuments as she passed, names and verses swam past her in a blurry stream...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    The stream of corridors melded Into The grassy verge It was that day again June - her month, when the bees Exchanged their serenades And the water warm Her face in the water, slipping Under the ripples And now, on the corridor Swimming in synthetic blur He leaves the verge but she'...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Another Monday morning. I am suddenly roused by a cacophony of clattering pots and pans down the hall. Quazimodo, my furry, lopsided, ginger tabby, is no doubt the culprit, probably stalking the elusive tins of tuna I feed him and lock away in the top cupboards. I trudge bleary-eyed into the sun-lit...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I surveyed the picturesque scenes displayed before my eyes. Basking in the mesmerising glow of a raging heart was the plush, inviting lounge and its sole occupant, a portly tabby cat. The partially open curtains revealed the dense layer of snow on the manicured lawns which lay beyond the frosted win...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I glanced up at my teddy bear alarm clock. 8:00am, Christmas Day, 2003. I crept into the next room to rouse my little brother. We thundered down the stairs at a reckless pace. I tried desperately to keep the noise down, as I didn’t want to wake my dad. I wasn’t expecting miracles; he had looke...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
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    Being an a-ha fan for a relatively short time, I was pretty naive in terms of the band's incredible wingspan when it comes to genres. “East of the Sun, West of the Moon” marks a confident change of direction for the band, with dark, daring melodies teamed with subtly poetic lyrics. My ini...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Alan Shortt awoke to the acrimonious wail of his mobile phone. The ominous sounding 'Mexican Dance' ringtone sent a shiver down his spine. Weeks of trial and failure and a whirlwind of emotions finally culminated in this moment; a phone call which could secure or destroy his future. Grippi...

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