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The Smuggler (Sci-Fi)

The sudden jolt of the shuttle leaving hyperspeed rocked Iness forward from the reclined position she had assumed just before the shuttle jumped. The angle of the craft in the gravity-less vacuum of space didn’t feel right, nor did the … Continue reading

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Words

Bits and Pieces that don’t go anyplace else ‘Slán agus beannacht leat.’ It means ‘goodbye and blessings be with you’. It is a common phrase when parting. Since it’s connected to this question: ‘Go n-éirí an bóthar leat’ is the … Continue reading

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Beannacht

Beannacht (“Blessing”*) John O’Donohue On the day when the weight deadens on your shoulders and you stumble, may the clay dance to balance you. And when your eyes freeze behind the grey window and the ghost of loss gets in … Continue reading

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The Biker

Who are you riding with? Continue reading

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The Neighbor

Sometimes hope for a young family can be found across the fence. Continue reading

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The Ride

Perhaps this sounds like a ride you might have taken… Continue reading

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Athandraul

There comes a kingdom… All great buildings have names, it is usually no different with the seat of a kingdom. Palace Athandraul has been the residence of the Kings of Utonica for at least a hundred years. Prior to that … Continue reading

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Ethaia

The world expands… What would happen if you went for a ride and never returned? Aleyne Agrurova did just that. Aleyne was a pleasant teenager, nearly an adult, when she saddled her horse to take a long ride one day. … Continue reading

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Aleyne

The adventure begins… Aleyne Agrurova only knew that her parents had loved her and that when they died unexpectedly she came to live with her uncle Raul. She didn’t know who they really were. When she was twelve her uncle … Continue reading

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The Driver

I’m not sure it is very good, but it is from the heart. Continue reading

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