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For My Brothers

My dear brothers, I am your elder only by a small margin, Yet even so, I am what I am. Thus ~ When the storms of life brew, and the winds carry the rain of sorrow ~ when the weight … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Merry Christmas, Bob

  Everything about Daniel Jones bore witness of the ironclad control he exerted over every aspect of his life. He wore polished black dress shoes, dress pants, a shirt, a vest, and even a coat of matching colour. The only … Continue reading

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100 words: Execution

About: This is a response to a challenge issued to me. Write a 100-word story consisting of only monosyllabic words. There’s only once catch – each word can only be used once. Repetitions not allowed. I found it surprisingly frustrating! … Continue reading

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I remember

Sometimes, when I close my eyes and surrender to the endless current that flows through me I remember. What I remember I recall in sensory impressions, a distorted image, a scent, a sound, or even touch. I remember the staircase … Continue reading

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Exploration, Culture, Identity

Culture is something that fascinates me, whether it be the lack of a distinct culture or the more colourful ones. Personally, I find that most cultures have aspects I find beautiful or appealing. People all have something to say, after … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Coral

The water was cold silk on her skin as the currents dragged her under. Rays of light scattered around the boat-shaped silhouette above her. The taste of salt was strongĀ  upon her tongue as bubbles rippled over the threshold of … Continue reading

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Flashfiction: Wind

Her homeland had changed, the summers were no longer the warm refuge from the relentless onslaught of winter they once had been. The very land itself was ruthless, as it always had been, and she knew all too well the … Continue reading

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