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Mama forbids me from coming out this far on the ice; says it’s dangerous. But I’ve never fallen in. The sky is darkening when I hear the tapping. Knock, knock, knock. I furrow my brows, trying to pinpoint its source. Knock, knock, knock. Laying on my stomach, I look through the translucent ice like a … More The Knock Beneath the Ice | McKenzie Richardson
I really am very offended that you will not think as I do My opinion’s the one that should matter why should anyone listen to you All that you say is just rubbish it’s plain you are just a buffoon If the men in white coats do not know yet be assured that they will … More How Dare You? | Peter Matthews
Walk in the naked truth; the bare and absolute, Falsehood will never endure. That armoured attire is in vain. Purity will unveil both day and night, No grey clouds hang overhead. Sterile and unpolluted from infectious deceit. Clear as a sublime waterfall; watch me as I float. Can’t you see these streets of white? Do … More Flawless | Monica St Hillaire