The Hearasy of Before

D: It is so like you to romanticize a simpler life in the face of apocalypse. A: Sorry, what? D: You heard me. A: Perhaps, but we all have our methods of escapism, D. D: We do? A: Yep – I happen to know for a fact that yours is– D: That is quite enough […]

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The House of Carrick Close

This old house is broken and sad/weary with years/it sits low on the land. Kate rolled her eyes and tuned out her mother’s atrocious poetry.  Bare trees reached up to the heavy February sky. It looked as dreary as she felt. No one cared what she thought; no one ever paid attention to the teenager, […]

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