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‘By George, I have it’ cried Henry as he took a mouthful of the strange meaty concoction that had been stewing for the last fourteen hours on Kevin’s stove.
Beneath the waters is where I would go if I wanted to escape mankind.
Calmly, Claire closed the cover. Chapter-after-chapter of choice violence haunted her without a scar.
The warning bell sounds. The last day for humankind on earth is finally here. I suddenly shocked myself to life as the earth around me died.
There we were; I didn’t know what to make. I was at arm’s length and so were you. We both played a game of distance. Separated by awkwardness but united by a desire to connect but not attach.
He was crying. Ruining the hard work of men in the forevers of history who have stood proud without shedding a tear.
The sky was luminous as we hot-footed into the park. I held your hand carefree, unhooking the dog from his reins. He ran. Enthusiastically skipping childlike from bush to bow to bark. These moments are ours to
When we live in a world where satellites can find us with pinpoint accuracy; why do we feel so lost?
With clumsy club foot David crept the creaking corridors, circling the spiralling stairs.