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I See You

I see you My murderer My deathly love As you try to turn And walk away Deny this truth You’ve birthed In this silent, sudden death I see you My transgressor My once friend Now annihilator Are you surprised To … Continue reading

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Headache

One the third day of the headache he was beyond control. He’d had migraines all his life, and he knew what to do about them. He knew what days medication would work, and what ones he’d just have to lie … Continue reading

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Eternal Vigilance

Ever standing Eternal vigilance We progress Along this dark parade Ever loyal Not forgetting What our brothers Here have paid Born of honour Death defying Standing strong Against the looming tide We are fallen Damned for caring We are a … Continue reading

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Amourex de la mort

You are in thrall to darkness Amourex de la mort Your skull but an entry A terrible door You yearn for submission To death’s ancient lore Your life is but forfeit Its worth you ignore You long for oblivion Its … Continue reading

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The Doll

Lucy loved her little harlequin doll. Her grandmother gave her the doll on her fifth birthday, telling her it was an heirloom and very precious and she was finally old enough to take proper care of it. Lucy solemnly took … Continue reading

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Meticulous

I may be a murderer, but I am meticulous. We all have our callings, and this – the slicing and dicing and curing of human meat – is mine. I make it an art work, a vocation. I am careful … Continue reading

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Crow Man

The Crow Man came to the village in the spring. While flowers gently, shyly bloomed and the air took on the warmer promise of summer, he brought a different, incongruent chill. Freshly grown grass would wither with his footfall, and … Continue reading

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Out of the Mist

They came out of the mist when they came. Technically, the mist came first. The first mystery, the mist. falling on our little town one morning, one bright, bright summer morning when mist is incongruous and just should not be. … Continue reading

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Help Me

“These days no-one can just kill anyone anymore,” Jason said with distaste. “They have to make a show of it, something arty and pretentious.” He had a point. I looked at the sign scrawled in blood on the wall: “Help … Continue reading

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Forsaken

After the war all signs of vibrancy were gone. We went, my friend and I, to the old mall where once we’d spent many a lazy, pointless morning. It had been a tribal rite of sorts, the meetings in the … Continue reading

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