Julius Scissor (Part 1)

A modern retelling/reimagination/parody of Julius Caesar by Shakespeare (A great play. And my effort is laughable, which is okay, as it is meant to be funny)  Scene: Living room of Julius Scissor, former general in the army and the most powerful man in Rome,  *Calpurnia, wife of Julius switches on the TV to the astrology …

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From Behind the Ribcage: Demons get tired

Like most of the people who are going to read this have gone through tough times. Admittedly, not actual life struggles or physical difficulties (although my back does hurt too much for somebody so young). I mean all the mental...what's the right word, turmoil? You know, the usual teenage stuff, where life just seems way …

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The Right To Remain Silent

“Spiteful words can hurt your feelings but silence breaks your heart.” ― C.S. Lewis The detective on his rounds Chances upon him, cold And burnt, face-down in the pillow. He flips through the forensics And sees the story familiar: A tale of lost love and tears. He was drained of life drop by drop Do …

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