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Review: First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

Fifteen-year-old Bay has come to terms with being part of the magical Waverley family. She accepts her mother’s and aunt’s special abilities, and is totally fine with her power to know where things – and people – belong. 172 more words


We Fell Apart

We fell apart on a fall day

The early November rain tapped on your window

And I tried to focus on the words

That my lips were forming. 174 more words


Right and wrong

“This is wrong”

I thought I got rid of my mother voice from my head, but yet it was still echoing through my brain. It was muffled, but it was not silenced. 334 more words


The Parasol

Alice and her parents were far from their home in America taking a sight-seeing tour of India after which Alice planned to stay on to do a surgery rotation at an Indian hospital in Bangalore. 1,418 more words

Short Story

I Love Lucy

An old erotic piece I wrote many years ago. A bit long and not your usual lesbian bate snuff, but it has some nice girl/girl moments that percolate my love juice when I read it.

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8th Grade Relationships

Everybody assumes that relationships at a younger age are not meaningful at all. People will tell you that you’re too young to be with someone and that your feelings towards the other person are invalid because you’re too young to understand. 180 more words


Sufferance and Sunrise

She had not noticed, at first, that he was awake. The sun rising through his pale white curtains was mesmerizing, and the feeling of his ridiculously high thread count sheets wrapped around her bare shoulders was something she was beginning to get used to. 1,295 more words

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