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    All You Ever Need

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    The road exploded into a collision of dust and air with each step that she took back to that flimsy house, with that thatched, broken roof, where souls are broken, with only a flicker of light guiding her in the ebony blackness of despair. Darkness engulfed her, as she slithered into the house, hoping, praying, begging that no one saw her. Yet to her dismay, he stood inside, a ferocious, untamed tiger waiting to pounce. This is my chance, my chance to stand up to him. Yet, before she could conjure

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    August Bound

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    Authors note: ok so I haven't really written anything in like forever and I know I haven’t finished any of my previous work but I’m really hoping y'all enjoy this. I decided to rewrite STLDFM and in the process I might drastically change it but I have a feeling it’s going to end well be sure to comment and vote it helps to know how you guys feel. (August’s PoV) “August?” Skyfall is where we start A thousand miles and poles apart Where worlds collide and days are dark You may have my number

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    About being unable to spend every night with her, he was sorry. About her being confined to the hospital, he was sorry. He was sorry that her fever never left 104.9 degrees fahrenheit and he was sorry that all he could ever do was hold her hand and wait for her body to heal. There was so little he could do, and now there were only two words that described him: desperate and helpless. Roy rested his head on the edge of the bed. It wasn't a coma she was in, per se, but it was still pretty damn dangerous

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    My Sleeping Beauty

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    My Sleeping Beauty "So Katelyn, where did you want to go tonight?" I ask her softly, waiting for her reaction and definite outburst. She turns to face me from the passenger seat of my 2000 Toyota Tundra, a look of disbelief on her face. "Are you kidding me Hunter James Caverly? I'm a girl. This stuff is important to our kind," she remarks angrily, though she probably suspects I am bluffing. I chuckle, amused by her touchiness. "I'm just kidding, sweetheart." Tonight I am taking Katelyn on a moonlight

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    Pheonix Jackson

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    Phoenix Jackson One could view Phoenix Jackson as an old granny who might be a little crazy in the head. Another could describe Phoenix as a frail elderly woman who has lived through a lot of life's history. Either accusation could probably be proven true to a certain degree. Phoenix Jackson carries those traits along with many more. Phoenix Jackson was a free-spirited, caring, and gentle elderly Negro woman who lived only to save her grandson's life. Phoenix Jackson was a tough woman for her age

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    Twist of Fate

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    The sun has going down, yet I still can look through her mesmerizing eyes pleading to me for the nth time. Hope this is not true, hoping that all of my statement is nothing, like I just want to tease her with my joke, one of my really bad joke, and after that we could be all together and feel the other presence as always. But these 3 years we had shared together, all moment we could not forget easily, will become our last secret, which others wouldn’t know. Nothing had come from my mouth, as well

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    Story

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    She was conversing with her parents over tea as the news arrived, her son… injured!? When all was said Celestia made no delay as she sprinted for the door and ran to her son’s room. Her parents hot on her tail, “Celly calm down, we’ll save him!” her Mother shouted after her, Celestia wasn’t listening as they continued their shouts of comfort. She finally reached her son’s door... Their words were naught but a far off muffle, she could no longer focus on anything around her… only at the scene of

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    Alaska Wilde 7 last half

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    "I love you, Allie!" Mark's voice came through the trees. Even through the pounding hooves and sound of the ultralight, the words were surprisingly distinct. Allie reached the edge of the dense woods and slowed accommodate the thickening of branches and brush. Jay tried to keep up, but began to lose sight of them as they zigzagged through the woods. "Allie! Wait!" he called. Shock of shocks, she stopped. The pack horses crowed in around her. The ultralight swooped past at about the same time Jay

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    The Forbidden Feeling

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    I have 2 big sisters, Elizabeth and Jodie. Eli is 5 and Jodie is almost 2 years older than me. My father had raised us alone, because my mother was died when I was 7. The days that time were really hard for everyone. She was very cheerful and kind. All of my memories what were made with my mum are precious still now. But it was ten years ago, time have passed and we are good now. I have a relative good relationship with my sisters, eminently with my oldest. … I turned the key in the lock and opened

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    testing

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    Nicole and Benedict climbed into Nicole’s car. She hooked up her phone and then joined Benedict in putting on their respective seat belts. Nicole turned to him and said, “There are rules in this car.” He smiled, “OK.” “I’m not kidding. The will be followed, no questions asked," she said pointing at him. He stopped smiling, “OK.” “The music will be loud. There will be singing. Car dancing MUST occur. There will be no judgement, pointing or laughing at any inherent lack of talent.” Benedict laughed

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