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The Booksie Classic House

a poem i wrote ... about the making of two gold rings Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

June 24, 2010

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“But how much carbon is there in the atmosphere at any given time?” Juggernaut inquired. “Roughly around 750 billion tons of carbon is out there in the atmosphere.” “I understand that sea water in the oceans acts as sink hole for carbon, am I right,” inquired Juggernaut. “True, around 200… Read More

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The story of a lonely boy, in love with divinity, afraid of her, as well of himself. Personal experience. It is a little short, though it's fairly long for the characters actually not doing much at all... Hehe. Apologies for the lack of paragraphs. Enjoy. Comment/criticise, if you can. Help… Read More

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Unrevealed In the Prism on December 2. © All rights reserved The absence thereof, I stand accused. Devoid of any, entire spectrum. Unrevealed in the prism. I am the chill that fills your vision when you see the painted snow. I am the heat that radiates the furnace and gives… Read More
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