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blueberry_juice
blueberry_juice Gifted Writer 'je t'aime mais je lâche prise'

return to me

just return to me now.

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latejune
latejune Silver Comma in love with @neutralfleur

i'd like to think,

i don't feel okay, today.

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personfromafar
personfromafar Frequent Reader Person in need of a dream come true...

Web of Lies

Trapped in a web, a web of endless lies

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 7.9 - Do Robots Dream of Gaseous Centaurs?

Cam stood in the doorway of Dr. Strange's office. If it was possible for him to have a knowing glint in his robot eyes, then this was the moment of glintiest glinting. "Wow! That's an impressive cost...

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blastimus
blastimus Gifted Writer but they since rose, and won the day.

Lament, chaos therapy

It crawls deeper still.

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writer_hobby
writer_hobby Community member

The Spider

Stuck in its awful web...

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scribes_uc
scribes_uc Writer📝, code💻 & coffee☕, sketch✏

Web Designer

The web designer

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 7.5 - Anachronic Illness

Ellen watched the lights flashing above the elevator doors - 33, 34, 35 - as they continued up toward the top of the skyscraper. Ellen knew who Stan Lee was, but Cam knew more. "Stan Lee was a comic b...

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 7.3 - Pros and Comic Cons

With few words spoken between them, Ellen and Cam had made their way back to their ship, left Switch, and set a new course for Kosupure. Although he was entirely devoid of empathy, Cam was able to ana...

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web Part 1.0 - Two Peas in a Space Pod

Ellen's eyelids fluttered as the gas hissed into her cryopod. Slowly, the sensation of having a body returned to her, and her brown eyes fluttered open for the first time in more than 800 Earth years....

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 5.6 - Into the Excalibear's Pit

Ellen squinted at the viewing screen. It couldn't be possible, could it? "Tamar!" she yelled.

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candace
candace Bronze Comma An 18 year old poet.

CSS Rules Like Poetry

Web design has more in common with poetry than many would think.

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anna_martinhill
anna_martinhill Gifted Writer Just a pen for the bigger pictures.

A Spider’s Web

It seems so simple, yet it’s so much more...

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 5.9 - "A Brood of Rabid Corgis"

"I'm here Eleanor." Cam stepped out of the smoke like some sort of bad joke. It was as if Ellen had asked for an iPod on her birthday and gotten a Zune instead. And like a child opening a disappointin...

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wsryanofficial
wsryanofficial Gifted Writer Community member

The flies,


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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 4.0 - Planet of the Rising Sun

Cam had been able to extract a little bit of information from the preteens he'd encountered, and by "a little bit of information," I mean twelve words. Four of them were: "You could try Kosupure."

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brillericw
brillericw Educator, Philosopher, and Humorist

Galaxy Wide Web 7.7 - Furry Elixir

Ellen fell into a world of swirling colors and blurs. It was as if she were living inside of her body but not entirely in control of it. She was carried around on automatic legs and looked out at the ...

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