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sugar_cupcakeSilver CommaSon of a bitch, everything’s real.








                             A b n o r m a l i t y detail stories

A b n o r m a l i t y

‘[...] Part of the detailed instructions you missed in a mishap’

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died_and_died
died_and_diedContemplative poetry from a nobody.
Midsummer's Sinking Ship mistake stories

Midsummer's Sinking Ship

In our lives, we may find ourselves on a parallel path with another being. The paths will cross if we let them. It may be a collision course. We can see the calamity ahead of us, but the vale of emoti...

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rachelgrant
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Don't Get Comfortable trauma stories

Don't Get Comfortable

For all the times I wanted to love someone

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elizabethblair
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Trembling Hands sailing stories

Trembling Hands

"That was the moment I knew he had lied." Short excerpt from the thrilling short story "Trembling Hands" by myself, E.R. Blair.

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abilenebeat
abilenebeatEphemeral
Amaranthine. (Eternally beautiful & unfading; everlasting) mountains stories

Amaranthine. (Eternally beautiful & unfading; everlasting)

You are the great quiet storm under my heart Familiar and strange, a flutter inside my breath

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vitavirginia
vitavirginiaGifted WriterVita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf
16 March, 1926 vita sackville-west stories

16 March, 1926


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vitavirginia
vitavirginiaGifted WriterVita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf
16 March, 1926 vita sackville-west stories

16 March, 1926


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vitavirginia
vitavirginiaGifted WriterVita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf
16 March, 1926 vita sackville-west stories

16 March, 1926


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