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Felix woke from the grip of a horrible dream and found himself staring into the crimson eyes of the hungry […]
I awoke, groggy with a thick and milky haze over my eyes. Something’s not right, I thought… slowly. I blinked my […]
I’ve been under surveillance for at least two months now. Probably longer, but I made an eyeball for the first […]
“Sam, come push me!” Henry yelled excitedly as he jumped onto the park’s merry-go-round. “Sam! Push me! Sam!”
Sam and Ralph were over on the park swings, thrusting their legs back and forth as they swung to see who could swing the highest. Ralph was in the lead, and he squealed happily every time he hit the peak of his backwards swing, facing straght downwards to the woodchips nearly six feet below. Only centripetal force kept him on the swing, but he was much too young to know about that.
“You know, stealing’s not as hard as they say it is.”
That’s what she said. “Stealing’s not as hard as they say it is.” That one sentence very well might have ruined my life. She was so apathetic, yet so… mysterious, that I couldn’t help but reply. She caught me off guard, so all I managed was, “Really?”