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She wrapped me in her quilted smile

then torched the salty fabric of us,

tear stained and aching.

She knees cruel in the balls.

And I love her that way just the same. 37 more words


Forty Whacks

Lizzie Borden had an axe, gave her father forty whacks

When she saw what she had done, she gave her mother forty-one.

‘It’s amazing what can be lost to history,’ was my first thought on walking through the Lizzie Borden house. 635 more words

A witness


She bore witness to his murder, a mute observer. Half wanting to stop her from killing the man who was once the love of her life, half-rejoicing, for she was finally free. 90 more words

Fiction & Poetry

Mother Hen

‘Ello dearie be ye looking for me? By the hearth I’m found, come over – let Elsie have a looksie. My eyes are old but my tongue is still sharp, so wipe off that smug smile, it be wider than a harp. 329 more words


May the Corrupt Communist Murderess Rot in Hell Real Soon!!

Her continued Corruption and Criminal actions just go to show just how DESPERATE she is to win! I pray to God everyday, that God puts her in jail and makes her pay for all of her CRIMES real soon, along with Obama! 72 more words


Review: Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye

Reader, I murdered him.
A Gothic retelling of Jane Eyre.

Like the heroine of the novel she adores, Jane Steele suffers cruelly at the hands of her aunt and schoolmaster.

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