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  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    It was so hot. But I tried not to think about it and I refused to complain. I was child then but even I knew that a flailing tongue was a death wish. I waited, huddled as far from the corner but close to the wall as I could. The building reeked of feces and vile waste. The metallic taste of blood...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    For someone to say “I don’t believe in homosexuality” is the same to me as saying “I don’t I’m breathing air.” Homosexuality and transsexuality are both tolerated and abhorred in modern society. It is verbalized and discussed in politics, it is glamorized and flashed across the media, ...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The idea has followed most religious doctrine that one’s fate in the afterlife depends on the state of one’s soul upon death. Most humans believe a deathbed confession results in the pearly white gates. It’s a shame it doesn’t work that way. If it were, there’d be no point in a moral...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
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    I love you. It’s of the most simple yet profoundly powerful statements one person can divulge to another. It implies that one cares unconditionally for another. True love means absolute acceptance and unfailing understanding. True love means that no matter what was to happen, one’s heart is devo...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Her hands work with sickly delicacy To restore the tattered frays Her home is gone and world lost And she is battered and fragile She gathers the strands Of her existence in her arms Gracefully she dances Weaving life again in the destruction Sorrow persuades her But never halts her e...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    Blood. There's no other shade quite like it; the red of fire, of explosions, of autumn leaves and summer skies, of strained eyes and battered wounds all pale in comparison to the liquid that painted my boots. I rested against the body of a willow tree, unable to make out the scenery beyond t...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Liberation they said as they walked through the aftermath, the evidence of our dual existence, our obvious conflict. It was difficult to witness their tender faces painted noble and uniforms of immortal heroism. They gathered some and set others aside and called us liberated. And how am I liberat...

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