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The air was thick, so thick it was hard to inhale. The room was old, and musty. It felt like home, but this was not home. 357 more words

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"Trucker's Haven" by Julia in the car

Friday July 21, 2017
5 minutes
from the sign at the 401 on ramp

Wendy and Adele try and stuff their pot into the glove compartment before the state trooper gets to their car. 73 more words


Caught in the crossfire of someone else’s cruelty

She tiptoes up my spine, testing for weak points

“They hate you.” She whispers,

Devouring my faith with an angry smile… 31 more words


Phát Bồ-đề Tâm

Ngày nay đại-chúng đồng-nghiệp trong Đạo-tràng đã cùng nhau rửa sạch tâm ô-uế rồi, thập-ác, trọng chướng không còn, nghiệp lụy đã hết, trong ngoài đều thanh-tịnh.  6,555 more words

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A Wasted Evening

It’s time to give up.

This wasn’t meant for you, anyway, not really, wasn’t something you ever dreamed you’d get to experience. And look how right you were about that; nothing has happened between you at all. 1,260 more words

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Astaran's Gate

A hush of midnight fell upon the woods.

Darkness crawled from the crags of the forest’s shattered grounds, wisps of inky black winding through the air like sky-borne serpents. 472 more words


The Root, 5

There is something about the last night of camps that makes the atmosphere somewhat colourful and the aura encouraging.

Be it church camp meetings or the NYSC orientation camp, you feel inspired and joyful as you try to savour every moment before it all ends and the camp closes. 1,504 more words

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