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DeathWatch No. 157 – “I bleed at your whim, Majesty.”

This is Issue #157¬†of DeathWatch, an ongoing Serial. Click that link to go find ‘DeathWatch’ then go to ‘#0 – A Beginning’ and read from there, or go find the issue # you remember, and catch up from there! Happy … Continue reading

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Easier

Hang me, drain me, cut and bleed me, leave me in the wind to dry and grow as hollow as the apologies you’ll decorate me with, later, leave me as nothing but bones, nothing but a rattle and rush, nothing … Continue reading

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Aching in the Bones

The anticipation of winter begins with an aching in the bones and is followed soon after by an aching far deeper. In the root of me, well below and beyond, I have been excavated, hollowed out — not in preparation … Continue reading

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