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Wake up, Major Faust

Brassy “From an unwillingness to chastise flawlessness to appease curiosity came clarity, and that empathy allowed Major Faust to decipher another riddle – a polarized message that was etched into the mosaic of dry clay. In accordance to the nature … Continue reading

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The in-between spaces

“… They departed for Paris without first saying farewell to the colossal, spiraling pine trees that guarded their path. Juno searched for the creases — they were everywhere, after all — and once she had found one she simply peeled away … Continue reading

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The Path to Nirvana

“…The aim of this war is to bring the profound knowledge of Buddha to the world; to liberate all sentient beings from their secular religions. Faith: we are her army,” concluded Lieutenant Shinji Okazaki. “Killing in the name of altruism? … Continue reading

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Dialogue

I just wrote this section of dialogue and it makes me smile every time I read it. Yes, it is out of context but I will give you a brief synopsis of the events that led up to this monologue. Hauptmann … Continue reading

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A Can of Murdered Peaches

Raïsaic lit a morning cigarette after his bag was packed; smoking it next to the dead German sergeant he had found them on. The corpse’s eyelids were frozen open, shining with crystal blue specs that made it look like he was … Continue reading

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