Monthly Archives: November 2014

Getting Rid of Amy Chapter 3

“So did my fury enjoy the hatchet tearing her smooth flesh? Yes. It scares me how much because even when she was silent, I beat her with my fists until I knew she was gone. I looked down at her … Continue reading

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Poem #5

Claim what is left of the daylight, Sit low so you don’t miss the pattern of the spell. Collect and thank the best of what is basic, Borrow material from the ocean, Pull back and push forward to however far … Continue reading

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Getting Rid of Amy Chapter 2

“I met Amy after a meet, she just walked up to me and introduced herself. She didn’t act like a snob and try to talk down to me. Her friends accepted me or rather tolerated me because she included me … Continue reading

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Urban Life

Bright city sunlight observes the usual bands of people devouring the streets, What joy may cause their success? Just imagine, my friend. Hot evenings that come down to the wire, Pulling them back home where their trade their shoes and … Continue reading

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Getting Rid of Amy Chapter 1

Riley Simms’s minister father always cautioned his daughter to be slow to anger. She failed to do this sometimes, but it started a fascination with the deadly sin and the destruction it causes in the lives of those responsible. This … Continue reading

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Poem #4

It is so hateful of us to drink from the cup of misplaced nostalgia. The dusty road that we all travel, in search for a space of solace from the endless grinding of our lives, but like a spoiled child … Continue reading

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