Category Archives: Original Works

Wake Up

Waking up can sometimes mean a slog. The dread of waking up an hour before the alarm goes off, hands groping for your phone to stop its banshee-like screech. Laying there in the sweat addled sheets for as long as … Continue reading

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Bitters and Balconies

A storm hangs overhead. We remain on the balcony, light clothes unfitting for the weather that threatens us. Rumbling on the horizon like a rabid dog. Nothing will be spoken between us, the storm and I. The two upon the … Continue reading

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Boots

Such a feeling as that tension before the storm breaks over you can bring with it power. Crisp sharp air swirling in the air, heavy with the heat that’s about to be swept away. Echoing thunder in the distance drawing … Continue reading

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Drowning

Have you ever been drowning before?   Deep beneath the water, shafts of light above teasing you like laughing ghosts as you attempt to claw your way free. Hands grasping through the water to part the heavy weight of the … Continue reading

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Oceans

If I stay by the window, will you leave me alone? You should leave me here. Instead of taking me with you to the pier. Because I don’t like how the water makes me think, of how the sand makes … Continue reading

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