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Eastside Hedge Witch: A (Sub)urban Fantasy--Excerpt from Chapter Twelve (Also, writing women arguing without perpetuating stereotypes.)

One of my pet peeves in literature is when women are catty to each other. It’s a sexist stereotype and one I whole-heartedly avoid. That came into mind when writing this scene/chapter. 1,750 more words


Turning The Page.

When turning the page you can be leaving a lot of people in your past,
But remember not to leave your hopes and dreams back there. 32 more words



You can tell someone a million times they’ll be okay,
But you can’t convince them,
Because they’re walking down that road themselves.

You can tell them similar stories of what happened to you, 163 more words



“I met him once.
Late at night while I walked
down a dark road.
D e a t h .”

I met him once. Late at night while I walked on my own down a dark road. 464 more words

Sarah Doughty


A clock’s whisper,
its pendulum

A candle’s flame

Each movement
moving my soul,
no more
need I know.

Your touch… 37 more words

Christina Anne Hawthorne

Journal Entry 194 - Little Boys Of Summer

These are my cousin’s kids, Lochlan (right) and Xander (left) who are like my little nephews. Love them to death!

Adults follow paths. Children explore. – Neil Gaiman


(non)bodies - Trishita Das

in a hidden corner of the universe,

there exists a version of me who is not afraid

of her heart and its hungers, the way… 155 more words