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CORPERS’ LODGE XIX

To read the previous episode of Corpers’ Lodge, Click HERE. * I knew he was Micah’s brother the moment I saw him. He was a little taller and slimmer than his elder brother, but that nose, those dimples, the complexion had been part of Cemetery Lodge for eight months, engraved ...

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Goodbye Is The Hardest Word

And then, Rafael said to Jane, “I can’t… we can’t…” Jane replied aghast, “Why not?” Rafael: Last night got me thinking too. And I realized that something has changed. Jane: What? Rafael: I just don’t love you the way that you love me. That’s the problem. That’s why this won’t ...

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CHRONICLES OF THE TOUCHED: Golden Will

“Stand still, let me knot your tie,” I whisper to my five-year-old nephew, as I wind the swath of black silk into an intricate knot. Thankfully, he obliges and stops fidgeting, which is in itself a rare occurrence. Teddy is not usually so pliant, and on a good day, I’d ...

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