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The Flickering Light, The Lingering Dark Pt. 3

If you scream into the silence, and nobody hears you, then did you scream at all? Advertisements

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The Flickering Light, The Lingering Dark Pt. 2

How much can a person change? How much of them is an intrinsic part of their personality, that will bend like a blade of grass in the wind, but will always return to its original stance? Where is the line … Continue reading

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Books And Chocolate | The Transporter

Daily Prompt: Tell us about a sensation — a taste, a smell, a piece of music — that transports you back to childhood. For me, I suppose it would be a smell. Not sure I can describe it accurately, but it’s … Continue reading

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Bedtime Stories | Not Quite Classic…

Daily Prompt: What was your favorite book as a child? Did it influence the person you are now? Disappointingly enough, I never actually had a favourite book as a child. I read condensed versions of classical titles such as ‘Call of … Continue reading

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Childhood and Nostalgia

Just the other day, I’d scrounged up some old photo albums and spent a good hour laughing at the younger me depicted in them. They were silly, ordinary and showed me a time that I had almost forgotten.

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