Monthly Archives: August 2014

Skin Chrysalis – A Poem

It was the same every year. The day after my birthday, a thin crust would begin to form on my skin. Throughout the year, it would grow tougher, as if made from stone or marble. It would grow thicker, It … Continue reading

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Hallowed – A Short Story

The world had been over for seven weeks when the rain began. Percy could see it from his window. What’s more, he could hear it. The rain fell not with the gentle music of normal rainfall, but with a hot … Continue reading

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Miracle Serums by Oz Naturals – A Review

I have never put great stock into beauty products. Sure, I use moisturisers and have made my own salves and balms before. I’ve used lip balms, facial masks and cleansers. Except for the organic items I made myself, I noticed … Continue reading

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Letting It Go – A Poem

The anger still tries to raise it’s ugly head within me. When the dragon roars, it is as if I am viewing myself from a distance above my head, looking down. I’m watching myself and don’t recognize myself, what I … Continue reading

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Music, Bells and Birdsong – A Poem

There aren’t enough words… I told him. He looked at me with a smile that radiated warmth. He took my hand and I felt that warmth from him pass into me. There doesn’t have to be words. I know how … Continue reading

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A Magnet of Hope

I had submitted this to the Reboot Your Life anthology for Chicken Soup for the Soul. It wasn’t chosen, unfortunately. However, now I get to share it with you! I’ve been sitting on this since January of this year and … Continue reading

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I am a Bisexual Moose – A Poem

When I first knew what I was, the secret inside of me, I was at university, a world away from home. We were in the unicentre cafeteria, a whole group of us. We all rotated around one girl, Sheenagh. She … Continue reading

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