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Moving Out And Moving On

Short Story Claire taped the cardboard box shut and sighed. She stood up, wiping a bead of sweat from under her headband as she admired her handiwork. Her small studio apartment was completely empty,...

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Staring

It can be deemed rude to stare on a train, but what is one supposed to do there? Do you put on your iPod, become ensnared transported to another place, far away by music...

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Alleyways

One step, and a thick, warm fog wraps around me. My head swims; my eyes grow heavy. I can barely see- everything is blurry. I know that I’ve been here before, And in my...

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Superstition

Short Story   My wristwatch was stuck at half past two, even though the morning sun indicated otherwise. Most people would get a battery, reset the time and move on with their day. But...

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The Lighthouse

I woke with the dawn that morning. The sunlight fell in through the window and it was moments before I realized where I was. The bed was as hard as frozen hay beneath me....

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Celeste

Short Story   No one ever remembers the eye color of someone they just met. They might notice it, but it never sticks. Not because it’s unmemorable, but because you’re brain isn’t trying to...

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Visionary

Spoken Word Never fed Always full Tries to hold Hands never empty Forever on time Rooms always empty Sometimes glad For the echoes Perhaps the silence Is a cure Only one day It will...

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At Home

Worshiping the new apartment, baptizing it with homemade lasagna, Reminiscing being eighteen and dreaming of art and nostalgia.   Memories shine bright as we still believe in summer nights. Hanging onto balconies and downtown...