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Free Falling: Chapter Three: Broken Wings

She walks the streets, her hair dripping with water and her clothes sopping wet. She can feel the eyes of everyone on her. She ignores them and walks faster. Avoiding the main streets, she squeezes through alleys to reach her destination. She turns the next corner and runs into a gang of four. They are… Continue reading Free Falling: Chapter Three: Broken Wings

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December Never Ends: Chapter Six

“Child,” The door graciously opened. “Come in.” My grandmother was old, very old, yet she was a beautiful woman. I could tell by her warm, gentle eyes. She led me through the house, barking cautious orders and notes. We got the spacious, decorative living room, and she directed me to sit down. “Hello.” I bowed… Continue reading December Never Ends: Chapter Six

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December Never Ends: Chapter Five

  I arrived at the library around an hour after I left the station, people weren’t crowding the doors or cases of books like the one in my hometown. I head toward the computer to look up my grandmothers name, no searches found. “Excuse me.” I said, walking to a petite blond, who looks a… Continue reading December Never Ends: Chapter Five

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December Never Ends: Chapter Four

  I arrived at the train station with my tickets in my hand. I looked around, no one I knew, obviously. It was still strange. The train hasn’t arrived yet and I waited patiently. I closed my eyes and breathed slowly, to calm myself. Without notice I tipped sideways and my hair flew to the… Continue reading December Never Ends: Chapter Four

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December Never Ends: Chapter Three

Heat burned against my skin, I stirred and rolled over to feel the source of the heat, Ian. I smiled and sat up to look at him, his arm fell from my waist and I giggled. What is with me? This was so new and so different... I don’t want to leave now... Not if… Continue reading December Never Ends: Chapter Three

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December Never Ends: Chapter One

I sat in the window stared at the falling snow, without you... it’s like there’s nothing here. I looked down at the journal that was on the coffee table in front of me. Ian Cromwell was scrawled on the cover. Your journal is all that is left. “I have decided, Ian. I will live on… Continue reading December Never Ends: Chapter One

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Free Falling: Chapter Two: The Fall

She walked upstairs and sets herself some breakfast at the table. Her house has a quiet feeling and muted color on the walls; grey blue and dark tones and shades. “Amity, is that you?” Her mother’s voice echoed downstairs. “Damn it.” Amity hurried up to clean the mess; as she did that she ate everything… Continue reading Free Falling: Chapter Two: The Fall