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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 548: Dust in the Air

Small bits of dust hanging in the air and remain invisible until they pas through the light shining through the window and onto my face. Well, that’s what I’d like to believe. It seems that in this house they choose … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 290: The Desk

There was a subtle, yet over light that was cast on the desk as it sat there awaiting for someone to come in and use it once more. It had been a long time since the desk had been used … Continue reading

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A Poem That Could be Better Than it is

Here’s something that I quickly knocked out a few minutes ago. Probably not that good, but it might be interesting, imagery-wise. —– If all I were to do is stay and chat And claim that someone must wear the hat … Continue reading

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Five-hundred Word Challenge 23: It’s cold

It’s cold today. Really cold. I’m somewhat glad that my office has air conditioning. It’s useful as a temporary reprieve but I don’t like how it gets your body used to a temperature that is only going to be temporary. … Continue reading

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