Summer Leaves

Summer Leaves

the plane began its plummet downwards. all hell broke loose as the fuselage spun, falling nose first, a child’s wind chime in a thunderstorm. in…

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I CAN'T SEE YOU I'M DEAD

I CAN’T SEE YOU I’M DEAD

By Danni Rudie

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Eater

Eater

  By Malgorzata Kowasz 

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AND HE TOLD ME NOT TO BREATH IN INFECTED AREAS

AND HE TOLD ME NOT TO BREATH IN INFECTED AREAS

                                                 …

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WHAT IT IS LIKE TO BE ME

WHAT IT IS LIKE TO BE ME

More than skin deep self-portraits by Roshanak Rouzbehani.   By Roshanak Rouzbehani

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Kids Today

Kids Today

Below is a real email kindly forwarded to us by a computer savvy 74 year old, between her and one of her many admirers who…

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Alicia

Alicia

I used to know a girl, Alicia. I was 18, we lived in Australia, But not together, officially, I lived with her boyfriend and mine….

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Poppies

Poppies

Chat felt empty, a bit like a sponge, and she wanted to feel big because she had felt small for such a long time. She…

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OUTSIDE IN

OUTSIDE IN

‘There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.’ Robert Frank By Marcin Krupa

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TO SHOP FOR BOOKS IN OLD SHOPS

TO SHOP FOR BOOKS IN OLD SHOPS

Novels you would never read, precious finds, fingerprints, previous ownership, £1.99 sale, bookworm behind the counter, slim profits, great passion, outdated cook books with unappetizing…

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