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DeathWatch No. 145 – You just used to like me better

This is Issue #145¬†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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Things The Lady Cannot Say To Her Suitor(s), Vol 1.

What perfection need I aspire to learn when I turn the setting up to eleven and sit back to listen to what everyone else is saying (that’s not what they said at all) can you feel it (can you feel … Continue reading

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After The News

She had run, sick with grief, all the way home. The announcement had come without regard to the news cycle; she wasn’t ready for something like this. A hundred thousand thoughts and feelings ran through her. Anger like fire. Misery … Continue reading

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A Nice Life

In his blackdust heart, a knightly shining fire was born to repeat itself, born to repeat. In his mothwing heart, a brightly screaming song was born to repeat itself, born to repeat. We’re all the same, all the same, from … Continue reading

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Untranslateable

Gone in a flash, in an instant, in a moment and all I have left are the memories of a time and place that never were. I can see your too-blue eyes and I can taste the smoke on your … Continue reading

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