Tag: Heartfelt

The Words of All Our Fires By Stephanie Dupal

The pandemic raged on in blue and red states alike, and our youth watched mountains burn and burn, while the year reigned as a colossus risen from hell: it brought deaths and the cloister of quarantine, riots and protests to ignite and incense bodily fires through sleeplessness and troubled starts. Breathing became a privilege for

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FICTION: Heartfelt by James Stack

Ginny awoke with a grin it being a notable day. Her black-silk nightgown slipped further up her torso as she slid onto her left side. It had progressively risen with each change of position, having begun at her knees. Sliding such that it tickled her thighs and then buttock, it shimmied as if to amuse

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