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Alone

We chased the dying sun in hopes that we would follow, but all we found were ashes, dust and echoes. And we were forced to rebuild- to carry on and perpetuate this cycle of woe, decay and fear. We would … Continue reading

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Slumber

When the sun drowns itself none will be there to save it. None will be able to stop its lungs from bloating, nor allow it the mercy of crying for help. Weeping in solitude, it is the last to depart-mourning … Continue reading

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The Dome

The dome on the hill stands forlorn and vigilant, yearning for the days in which its halls echoed with wisdom. The stars beneath its reach-once brilliant and vivid-are but dulled husks of their former selves, dimly flickering with nostalgia. No … Continue reading

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Xeper

Scavenger of the stars and forger of worlds; boatswain and keeper of the dead. From nowhere you rise with wings in flight, scouring endless cosmic deserts for atoms and blocks to assemble worlds and to set  the clocks of life therein … Continue reading

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NASA Launches New Satellite to Mars!

I was completely unaware of this until about 15 minutes ago when I checked my Twitter newsfeed. Today marks the day that we finally set out to answer one of the peskier questions of science and history: how did Mars … Continue reading

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Tempest’s Return

Legions of grey clouds risebrazenly to announce their presenceand to cast down the sun from its throne. Curtains of rainfall descend upon parched earth like arrows,quenching its thirst-a prelude to the youthful and tranquilspirit that gently flutters to the ground and … Continue reading

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3,088

This was inspired by a hike I went on this Sunday. The title refers to the highest point in Lebanon, 3,088 m. Enjoy! High above the earth lies a world all its own: a cold, rugged land where man and … Continue reading

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