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  • Dec 27, 2017 You have his eyesAs the door banged open reverberating, I leaned back adjusting my grip on the chain. “You have his eyes.” The woman said the words coyly from the doorway. continue reading
  • Dec 25, 2017 Merry ChristmasI held the gift at eye level. The orb swung gently from the constant rumble of the ship’s drive. A single snowflake glimmered at the center, its crystalline edges and lacework perfect. The structure refracting the circuitry sparking along and obscuring the back of the orb. The orb was cold to the touch. Snow, actual snow. I hadn’t thought to see it. continue reading
  • Dec 20, 2017 The door was closedKeti dashed around the corner and skidded to a halt before a blank wall. “Cade!” Her scream was pointless. The door was gone without a remaining glimmer. continue reading
  • Dec 13, 2017 Time to test the theory that idle talk costs lives “Anyway, that’s when-” Impatiently, I glanced at my watch heaving my best tragic sigh. “Shimon, I’d love to hear about your. . .” continue reading
  • Dec 6, 2017 With some trepidation I stepped forwardMy breathing rattled my teeth as I moved. Glancing back, I gulped seeing the platofrm’s tether to the space station. So thin. So frail. continue reading
  • Nov 29, 2017 If there was ever a time to seize the day, now was that timeFoire shoved Gaodan backwards, until his body hit the bridge’s railing. Redava crept closer, an unseen shadow for a moonless night. A good night for chances. Change was coming. continue reading
  • Nov 22, 2017 Blame was the keyWater dripped in a staccato rhythm. That’s the next project Redava decided. She looked up to faces watching, waiting for wisdom. Too bad wisdom hid from her. continue reading
  • Nov 15, 2017 The boy hadn't spoken since his twin had goneGaodan grabbed the boy’s chin. The eyes remained vacant unseeing. Unseeing here at least. continue reading
  • Nov 8, 2017 I definitely need one of thoseMirisalie’s waved her hand igniting a bonfire in the cavern’s pit. Her imps dove into the flames. At least someone was pleased. continue reading
  • Nov 1, 2017 This was taking not giving a shit to a new levelI cussed at the others for slacking. There was too much horizon for a single pair of eyes. I’d almost missed the smudges over the mountain and rains weren’t due for weeks continue reading

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