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Can't Stop This Gun From Crying

It had been welcomed by the scientific community as a life saver, as the next step in metal technology and a new generation of those shining babies was about to be unleashed on the world. 1,398 more words

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Walking A Tight Rope

Getting out of the train station, I grasped my bags in my hand and looked down at the steep stairs before me.

–Don’t fall. ┬áMy friend warned me. 709 more words

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Waiting

The alley behind the restaurant always smelt like piss and garbage. Leaning against the wall, beside the dumpster, Molly tried not to breathe in too deeply. 1,726 more words

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A Simple Truth - A Short Story

A Short Story
‘A Simple Truth’

Fiction- Written by -M. Taggart

Warning- Adult Material.

She use to wash my feet, he thought. The water from the shower would land on her breasts and he’d watch the beads of water collect and trickle down her stomach, to her naval, and then the tub. 777 more words

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The Visitors, Part 4

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I awoke to find Sofia gone. I’d slept right through the day and into the evening hours. It was night again and I was back on the move. 1,910 more words

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The Visitors, Part 1

“One Is The Loneliest Number that you’ll ever do.”
– Three Dog Night

“The tribes laid out their towns and villages in the form of constellations in the nighttime sky. 1,454 more words

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Heather (7)

The seventh installment in the story of Heather. Scroll down to (7) if you want to pick up where you left off.

The lines in his face looked like furrows in the dirt, deep and irregular, grey and dusty, as if someone had made a half-hearted attempt to start a garden in a barren corner of the earth, and then just given up. 2,929 more words

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