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A Transitory Encounter

The change in my office hours compelled me to join the early morning rush hour, a trip requiring two different train rides from my neighborhood. I quickly grew to hate it. Each morning was like a picture postcard, in the worst way: the same train

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That Divine Sound

Many faiths allege that Creation as we know it began with sound: a divine invocation for illumination; a single syllable that unites all under the godhead; a tale, woven by a traveling entity, from which the mortal we know it was transcribed into existence. The

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Everything Turns, and Carries Me Closer

“Get religion, man,” my friend said to me. “Give faith a try. It might carry you through.” He was an apostate himself and spoke in jest, but nothing else was doing much good, so I figured it was worth try. As an atheist, naturally disinclined

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We Call Upon The Author

I write your futures down, and they come true. I do not know how this is, or why. Only that it happens with out fail. Though as with any good narrative, there are rules to be followed. It works only for a handful of individuals

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Wilding

People will most likely say that I am mad, and perhaps I am. Though if I am mad, the madness has certainly aided my escape from another sort of affliction. In retrospect, I had been suffering from the malaise for some time, a quiet sort