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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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A lesson for an old fool

I thought I stopped being afraid, Of being alone, Yet the more I learn the reality of warmth, The stronger I fear. I don’t ever want to be that cold again. There are those with eyes aglow, Radiant sun within … Continue reading

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