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Reflections: When I met you in the summer.

When I met you in the summer is something like a bitter-sweet memoir of  one of the best relationships I’ve had. It’s the last and final dedication to someone that I still miss very much, just because he was really great. 318 more words

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[Short Story] Our Delicate Little Sensibilities

“Aiyoh! Did you see what she posted on Facebook?”

And so Amara began pounding out a furious reply to her friend’s recent post, all while spewing her unwanted opinions at her hapless friends. 913 more words

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Dream

This story is the slightly mongrelly child of a flippant remark G. K. Chesterton made in passing, and a vague ‘wonder’ I’ve had for a while. 626 more words

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The Opposition

It was his first time going to a carnival or festival, or whatever this thing was. All he knew was that there were rides and booths that would cheat you out of your money for trying to win rigged games. 1,722 more words

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When I met you in the summer, Chapter 14: Loss.

By Cassandra Ashleigh Yan

When I met you in the summer, it seemed as though we had forever to figure things out. Forever was a long time, we thought, and how long would forever actually be? 110 more words

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When I met you in the summer, Chapter 13: Patches.

By Cassandra Ashleigh Yan

When I met you in the summer, it was a smooth sail. Then again we all know life isn’t a bed of roses, because we’d always fall into the thorns, one way or another. 104 more words

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Each & One

Each man taking his turn to pass along side the queue of cars lined up at the intersection of Delaney and Delaware had a hand scribbled homemade sign stating that they were homeless and out of work. 263 more words

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