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Lies in red

Red all over the place- roses and bleeding (not quite, but almost) hearts and red candles that even seemed to have red flames and red cutlery too. The only other colour was the bright green and gold that was draped … Continue reading

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The Black Rose

She felt guilty. Should she change her mailbox’s password? Delete the incriminating evidence? She had even had nightmares about being found out. And he did have an inkling about it; she felt it. Oh, she hated confrontations! But she couldn’t resist it- … Continue reading

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Effulgence

It was a day of self-indulgence: she bought everything she didn’t need, rarely glancing at the price-tags and  never dissuaded by them. Her garishly painted nails tapped the glass-counter a tad impatiently as the clerk did the billing. “Shall I … Continue reading

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