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Death Letter: Noel Writes

Dear Noel, Six months going into seven with this blog, not half bad! Well, maybe a little bad. Terrible, in fact. Come on, you barely manage to survive for that duration and you think you’re special? And don’t give me excuses when you full-well know you spend hours a day watching Youtube and playing Smash…

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Chapter Soleil: Rehearsal

One will find that repetition in Winterland seasons is unusual, for blank slates of all worlds may as well be one with different filters. What does this imply? Imagine a setting where the Season is not on their own. No, quite the opposite. This Season knows nothing but life and people all around her. Granted,…

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Inside a picture, there was nothing left for me to do but rest within the flattened walls. “Guilty” for a crime I am unable to recall. In fact, there was nothing to recall at all, I was unable to escape a prison frame. Someone else was to blame, but I couldn’t point them out by…

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April: Through Seasons

Waking up felt as normal as every other time, rather than the miserable cold harshly pressing against her skin. Below her back was a soft surface, mattress-like, though she knew little of such a feeling. Though her eyes were unable to clear up the blurry vision, her ears caught wind of a jotting pen in…

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The Letter

A calling was given as the battered swordsman was outnumbered and outclassed. When one attacked, the other followed, and both managed to obtain the upper hand. Unfair battles, but perhaps that was why I fought. To even the odds for the sake of… Neutrality? No, even the light has become an enemy. And so I…

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The Sky is Falling

It seems like every step I take crack the surface, the blue fading below my feet as the ants below tremble. They were swift to scatter upon the arrival of the solidified shade of blue. What they saw would blind them, for they could not see what laid beyond the barrier. Space? Perhaps in another…

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