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An American Paradox

“Our laws are not generally known; they are kept secret by the small number of nobles who rule us.”

[Franz Kafka, “The Problem of Our Laws,”

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Di Salas

Now that I have abused your sensibilities with some Joe Schmoe rants, terrible style and all, I apologize for not updating for several months. I could cite ‘life happens’ as the reason, but really it was just that I had nothing to say. 566 more words

Tormento titubeante

¿Cómo puedes ver a los ojos a la persona que más has querido mientras le rompes todas las promesas que le has hecho, y al mismo tiempo, rompes su corazón? 176 more words



The world’s up on a stage –
Out in front, a huge audience has been assembling.

We take on various roles,
And applaud or not, depending upon our mood. 99 more words

The boy

It was a quiet evening.  Winter seemed fine.  Elle had been worried about his occasional bouts of insanity but he’d seemed quite normal since the wedding.  1,101 more words


Primavera marries

Primavera’s fiancé , Edmund, arrived from university.  Elle approved of him.  She liked a man who was fond of his food.

Edmund met Primavera’s father down at the pond.  302 more words


Winter, part three (of 3)

Winter disappeared after the meal.  Elle had gone to change out of her black dress and came back to find him gone.  She was worried.  Where had he gone?  684 more words