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Cold bones and hollow veins anchored Reuben Remus to the corner. He shrunk into the hardwood and cupped his ears to guard himself from the sadness around him. Panicked cries and frenzied shouts battered the outside of his window. Despair … Continue reading

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Vanishing Acts

“… Terra trusted that gravity would resolve the remainder of her task. And so it did… She kept Callimachus calm during that six-story free fall, providing his mind with the same weightlessness that his body was experiencing. The fantastic conclusion … Continue reading

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Levitate

“…Between street vendors and rhythmic breathing; down pathetic streets and machine-gunned intersections; around bashful emotions both true and fake; and with rising erections warmed by music that was surely imagined they neared the outskirts of Warsaw, Poland. The attitude of … Continue reading

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a history reborn

There is always time for rewrites… Here is the updated history of a young Reuben Remus. __________ “It was 1918 – war’s end – time to rebuild. The resurgence of intellectualism reinvigorating Poland attracted Benjamin and Martha Remus to the Mokotòw district of … Continue reading

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Holy Communion

“You seek answers to a question you do not fully understand,” seethed the darkness from within Father Bellemare. “Could this be a question of religion, and, subsequently, an answer of Faith? Yes, I think so!” — the sonorous boom of … Continue reading

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Someone’s Thoughts

Hauptmann Wadel rose the next morning with Reims, France on his mind. It was where they had taken Annette prisoner, but it held no strategic influence for The Noblemen. It was simply a textile village that was occupied in large by … Continue reading

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“Kaspar Gottlieb” concluded.

“…The Trafalmadorians see in fourth dimension – the ability to view past, present, and future simultaneously – thus viewing space and time as a cohesive whole with an obvious understanding of the beginning of the universe, and the end of it. … Continue reading

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“Kaspar Gottlieb” continued…

“…The Britain, France, and Africa issue was an easier problem to accommodate… The new Magna Carta was signed by the glorious Adolf Hitler, which gave undeniable rights to all Aryans. The Africans were not too concerned with this economic and … Continue reading

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More than Words

I carry the emotions of these author’s with me. They influence my perspective with thoughts that surpass the obvious. But more importantly they influence my writing. Their insights fill my inkwell, and through them I see my path more clearly. I’m … Continue reading

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“Kaspar Gottlieb” continued…

“…Gregor Ribbentrop told my generation of the war in 1939; he told us of the millions of people who would die in vain; he told us that Nazism prevails; he told us of the extinction of the Jewish race and … Continue reading

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