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Dusty Delirium

Dusty Delirium

Esther Opal, Guest Writer

February 17, 2020

The train station was dark, dusty and lurid. The tainted wooden walls and large metal pillars were longstanding, not helping the dingy vibe the place already gave. These pillars were so old and rusty that they barely held up the balcony shade of a roof; but still, they never failed. Lyra looked up...

The Light Of The Stars

The Light Of The Stars

Echo Moon, Guest Writer

October 22, 2019

“Why do you fear the stars?” my best friend asked with an interested smile. We sat on my favorite hill looking at the night sky. It was a little cold. I looked her in the face and asked, “Why do you ask?” She responded, “I see you come to this hill often and look in the sky with fear in your...

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