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Girl in the Uniform : Chapter Three

Chapter 1, 2

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Part II –  TWO YEARS LATER (2004)


Jelly •

I woke up to my alarm blaring. Mercury’s went off only minutes later. 1,545 more words

Girl The The Uniform

Cemetery Rows

Sometimes I just get caught up in the patterns. 22 more words

October 22: Flash Fiction Challenge

Hi. My name is Charli. And I like to hang out in cemeteries.

It sounds like the opening to some Anonymous Group I should belong to, but the truth is I don’t want to quit. 1,138 more words

Flash Fiction

Victorian Cenotaphs

The standard histories of Victorian death, burial and commemoration revolve around the emergence of garden cemeteries from the existing tradition of aristocratic mausolea in designed landscapes, and subsequently the rise of cremation, the commemoration of royalty and the urban middle and upper classes. 397 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

A 74-year-old Navy veteran who challenged Idaho’s marriage equality ban so she could be buried with her late wife in Idaho’s state-run veterans cemetery will have her wishes respected after Idaho state officials agreed to allow the couple to be interred together.

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Death, the old fashioned way

c 2014 by Jan MacKell Collins

“How do you like your blue eyed boy, Mr. Death?”
     – Buffalo Bill’s by E.E. Cummings

To say it wasn’t easy to die in the old west is misleading. 1,126 more words

Colorado History