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They called her many names: weird, witch, challenged and some I just can’t say. We were both in grade 10. Boys especially would tease her and one would even bark at her. 817 more words

Narratives

Precious life

Emily had been diagnosed with a terminal illness; she walked out of the doctor’s office and was numb. She had remained stoic and strong when he gave her the results of her umpteen tests…the verdict…end of her life was no longer a secret, a puzzle. 434 more words

Writing

Teresa-Mae O'Donnell - 1682

You find yourself in the lower level of an old ship. A calendar on the wall says  1682. There is a small window, and the view is nothing but open sea and a setting sun. 375 more words
Narratives

Escape; Rest Now

You find yourself in the lower level of an old ship. A calendar on the wall says 1682. There is a small window, and the view is nothing but open sea and a setting sun. 533 more words

Art

You must make the choice!

I didn’t understand it then, but I understand it now…

that pain and hurt is part of life and there are things you never return from at least not completely. 309 more words

Life

#fwf: fanciful things

When I was young

I believed in fanciful things

fairies in nannie’s garden

great-uncle’s dinosaur eggs

monsters under my bed

ghosts in my room’s closet… 70 more words

Poetry

Le père Boudreau

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They sat silently in the truck, the motor still running. “Turn the darn thing off! What if HE’s still there.” Snowflake shifted in her seat and leaned her head on the side of the window. 484 more words

Narratives