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Monotony came easily to the residents of Farrowmore. Their heads were empty as they bustled to and fro, greeting their acquaintances with achingly friendly smiles. Work, sleep, repeat. It was a [+]

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“You saw it too, didn’t ya Nick,” Erika asked.
“Yeah, I saw it all. The dead body, the engraved pentagram on its back, the horrified students watching. All of it. But I didn’t see you [+]

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In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic held the world in its icy, evil grip of depression, despair, and of course, death. No country, city, county, community was left untouched.
In a college town not [+]

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They said our life is in our own hands
They said our destiny is defined by our present actions
They said they will be there for me and together “we” will move on
They said with positivity [+]

0 vote   102 readings 5 min
My eyes creak open slowly in the dark. I’m groggy, and for a moment I don’t know what has woken me. Rolling over, I nestle into the covers, and then am suddenly aware that I drank far too much tea [+]

22 votes   187 readings 5 min
Upon a hill sat an old estate. It was the type of place that local children would dare their friends to walk up to on Halloween just to risk ringing the doorbell. It was the kind of property that [+]

10 votes   165 readings 5 min
Waking in a cold sweat is nothing new. He always does that to me. His presence stifles me in my sleep. For now, he is not here, and so I throw off the scratchy covers, my slick back meeting the cool [+]

4 votes   14 readings 5 min
“No one has ever gone into heaven except the one who came from heaven—the Son of Man.” | John 3:13
Catholicism and I grew up together, yet independent. While being exposed to my mother’s [+]