Monthly Archives: July 2016

Sand

  How pleasant it would be to live as a grain of sand. Swept with idle curiosity to shore, desert and back again. Free to roam in listless wonder until the wind beneath you falls away and you drift, filled … Continue reading

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The Standing Earth

One day the earth stood up. The ground rumbled and vast cracks formed around the slew of villages that made up the forgotten valley of the continent. Pinned between two perfectly nourishing rivers the people barely had made the time … Continue reading

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The Laughing Dead

The funny thing about life is that one day you will be dead. Even then, they will still be laughing at you. It’s not out of malice, it’s just what they do. I mean, I guess it could be out … Continue reading

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One or Many

She speaks in halted whispers. Dead poets and long forgotten epitaphs to books long since closed. Every shot brings another promise, a verbal contract that come morning won’t be worth the paper it’s marked on. Still, they watch her, hordes … Continue reading

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Sickle and Crown

I always loved watching her dance. There was something about it that always got to me. It wasn’t just the fact that she was unattainable- sure that was always there- it was something else. The way it made me feel. … Continue reading

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Biscuit

It’s a beautiful day out. The sky is bright, the clouds pleasantly passing by, inviting dreams from the world below them. Today it seems that every child is out playing and doing what children do best. That is every child … Continue reading

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The Story of Red Bull Jones

When his parents signed the papers to have him be a corporately sponsored citizen, they saw it only as a means of guaranteeing their child a life free from the burden of financial ruin. That was twenty seven years ago, … Continue reading

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