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Welcome to the clouds

“Sir, could I interest you in some champagne?” “No, definitely not, my dear! Maybe a bit of sparkling water… What do you say, hmm?” A lady who is, to put it mildly, corpulent nudges the little chap sitting next to her, almost making him fall off his seat. What a weed he is, nose buried …

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You At The Very Center

You might not know this, but a human body falls unnaturally fast when dropped from a great height. Faster than any could move at an intentional pace. So fast that it’s actually pretty hard to identify it for what it is. It’s barely a person, and not one you could recognize. It just looks like …

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The emotional dance

Pure happiness, or  rather, an electricity that Explodes, takes flight,  spills out From an unknown place  into the deep Between the spirit and  the heart It isn’t just a simple  sequence of different  movements, But a power that unites  mind and body. A magic that makes you  metamorphose, every  time, Like a butterfly in spring.The body becomes light,It’s the pen with which …

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Poem about her

Poem about her There are a few moments in a man’s lifewhen he could go insane and he actually does. The man goes hunting,he loses his best friend,the man builds a houseand the house burns in flames. The man loves. He loves a few times. There are, however, a few essential moments in a man’s …

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ЯOЯЯIM

You look in the mirror every day, me especially, or any reflective surface for that matter. You notice the small things – how your hair is looking, the folding of your clothes. Confirming conformities in the mirror as uniform normalities. Now imagine if you can only look in the mirror once a year, once a …

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Snow trial

I wake up. There is a child staring at me. I can see him through the snow, lit by the streetlamp. The child picks something dark up off the ground and puts it on my head. I can’t move my neck to see what it is. My arms and legs don’t work. The child takes …

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Voyager

Nestled beneath the heat shields of Voyager I is a microscopic piece of ice. It is the only water that has not yet evaporated, faded away or simply blown from the ship in the fifty-three years since the probe was launched from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, some more than eighty kilometres from Orlando, …

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A Contract Between Man and Boy

Parties to this agreement namely I hereinafter referred to as the boy my rapist hereinafter referred to as the man actions of this agreement namely  indecent assault hereinafter referred to as the assault location of the agreement namely a landscape in France with views of Mont Saint-Michel hereinafter referred to as the playing field taking into consideration that the man declares that he still has memories of the boy described below that the boy declares that he can …

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Spring Blossom

It is Springtime. The water spider in the river looks toward the five silhouettes on the river bank. From time to time, these silhouettes flow into each other; a leg vanishing into a knee, an arm into a back. Four children are walking in a straight line behind their mother. She lets her shoulders hang …

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