Monthly Archives: December 2012

Step of the Tides

Her foot crashed on the ground, as she stepped forward, the sand of her toes cracking reverberating through the air. She stepped again, her next pace equally as powerful. She sighed, weariness overcoming her. A daily task was this walk, … Continue reading

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Unsettled Regret

“So that’s it? You think we’re just going to shake hands… and part ways?” “No,” `his partner said as they stood on the hill. One of them was going to join the caravan party on the march, while the other … Continue reading

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A Cry Ignored

The sun shines through the four paneled window, its pale winter light bright on the bleak walls. A white fan hangs from the ceiling, blending in as it is unmoving above. Below the white trim, a dark pinkish rug runs … Continue reading

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Appreciation

The Matoran hiked up the path, hopeful eyes toward the peak beyond the trees. Her breaths were easy, even as the slope grew steep and the air thinned. She didn’t need much to breathe, she realized a long time age. … Continue reading

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