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Lowly Little People

In a lowly little shopping centre In a lowly little town, March the lowly people Sinners up and down, Paying for their sins As a book, new shoes, or coat, Or cigarettes and alcohol Which burn away the most, And … Continue reading

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The Answers

Dear Whatever, Things were okay the past week. I mean, really okay. Nobody was a dick to me in the halls. Nobody asked me why I was spending all my time in the library, or why I was reading for … Continue reading

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A Quick Ending

In a matter of seconds All could time end, By some manner of danger From which you cannot defend. In the blink of an eye We could be burned up in mist, Eroded like stone, Summarily dismissed, Without a farewell, … Continue reading

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Lost Last Days

The room was dark at midday, The curtains pulled shut, The windows closed. His stale breath had filled the room, Choking, Thick, death, Suffocating his daughters in the doorway, A single ray of light pouring around them, Too late for … Continue reading

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