My Spent Life

Out of all in the world, I did not understand the cause of the spectrum of grievous, gnarling feelings simmering inside. My poor precious heart beat painfully fast. No cause could care to explain the strange sensations of pain. Was this what people called anger? Or was this those strange feelings called sadness? Why was […]

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Natalie

The attendees are leaving the church, some clasping my hands as they walk by, some ignoring me. As the last of the people go, I notice someone who looks like Greg. She has his soft mouth. She is walking away, and I follow her just to make sure. Or to watch her for a little […]

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Rider

The hero shifts his helmet into a more comfortable position, anticipating the struggle ahead. His muscles are stiff with nerves, and his hands tremble slightly. With the faintest of grunts, he mounts his sleek Pegasus, a beauty of a creature. Her dark amber eyes gleam in the sunlight, sparkling in the warm air. A moment’s […]

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