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An Empty Space

He woke up to silence. The two-story house remained mute upon entrance of the sun’s rays. The sound of his slow breath gave him pause, locking him down to the softness of the mattress. He felt glass shards trickle down … Continue reading

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Faith

You need to be patient, dad always cautioned her. She was damn tired of hearing about his so-called wisdom. His talk of patience did nothing to save mom. He kept asking Cad to have some faith, that Guide and the … Continue reading

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Eyes Of An Honest Man

When a man became desperate he looked to other people for needs. It didn’t matter if the need was material or spiritual, it all depended on the person in question. When a person approached death he made the instinctive choice … Continue reading

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4 – Escape to White Fog!

He couldn’t believe what he just did. Chance struggled to contain his anger as he hopped from roof to roof, the chains of his handcuffs rattling in the wind like numerous cobra tails. Every time he blinked he saw Eirin’s … Continue reading

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3 – The Bluff that Reopened Old Wounds.

Chance cried out as he tore a large hole through the building’s roof and brought debris along with his descent. Stone and wood scattered across the lodge like hail while the nobles residing in the establishment screamed up a storm, … Continue reading

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Broken Justice – Chapter 1

A slow, cold wind passed through the concrete room. The light of night illuminated the half-constructed building, a moon which glowed bright over the city of neon signs skyscrapers. Despite the honks of horns and distant chatter of people a … Continue reading

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Fly High to Fall Far

It was a long way up the cliff side. It was cold to the touch accompanied with winds that were slow but freezing. There was nothing happy about Northrend, nothing to even crack a smile at or cheer about; there … Continue reading

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