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Reminiscence

The wind had turned cold but the leaves had yet to wrinkle and brown. It was a bright and beautiful end of September day that normally would have brought a smile to his face, but he couldn’t bring himself to … Continue reading

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Towers

Rabieh looked out of his window and was greeted with an island that overflowed with towers. He wondered how it had managed to stay afloat for so long, and how it had once been a still and primordial paradise, a … Continue reading

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A Christmas-Related Short Story, Part 2

Here’s part 2 to the short story I just worked on out of the blue. Enjoy! Wailing sirens ┬ásounded further and further into the distance the more the man ran. “Stupid! Fucking stupid!” he panted, tucking himself into an alley. … Continue reading

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Last Light

Here’s a poem I wrote while taking a walk around town one night, as well as this photo which I’ve dubbed “Bunny Over Beirut”. The amber-red hare flees desperately from its grey, amorphous assailants- neglected by the┬áminuscule, insignificant creatures below. … Continue reading

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