Category Archives: Fiction

The Crystal

“Strikingly beautiful,” he mumbled, while setting the crystal back on the heavy wooden desk. “And you’re sure it’s magical?” I have to chuckle, distractedly, still staring at the emerald-and-gold-shimmering rock, that might as well be a huge, beautiful piece of … Continue reading

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pieces

i hope i’m not asking too much of you. i’m not asking you to fix me, because that wouldn’t be fair. i’m not asking you to accept me with wide open arms, but i’d love that. i don’t want you … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Battle

I’m craving to write something, but I simply can’t. I’m sitting here with so many thoughts running through my mind, yet none of them can leave. I sit here with my hands immobilized while trying to think of what key … Continue reading

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26/1

I wanted to cause damage.   I wanted to feel something, anything other than alone. I wanted to live hope, to have tangible hope. I wanted to have hope that I wasn’t dead so I aimed to maim instead. I … Continue reading

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What I Learned From The 100

In January, I got the chance to miss three days of school and head up to Vancouver to watch the production of my favorite tv show, The 100. Now I probably know what a lot of people were thinking: this … Continue reading

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Sonder

7.6 billion people 195 countries 7.6 billion stories told from different perspectives from different eyes in different worlds in different lives one mother is crying as she carries her newborn baby in her arms another is crying while her own … Continue reading

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glass cage

Off the stem the brittle petals fall, Life is a dying flower, Trapped inside a glass case. Passersby see the light, but Don’t stay for the brown, Vile stench that comes with darkness. When the moon rises, The petals wilt, … Continue reading

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