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“Frozen Dreams”

The wild winds of January spiraled o’er the gray bay stole its mist, its frigid waters absorbed its basest core. The wintery gusts iced purloined beads exhaled on sailing ships left sleet in cracks and crevices of cobblestones and bricks. … Continue reading

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“The Slave Raid”

I a man of peace am kept close under jungle guard as the thud of war clubs crushing bone intermingles with the terrified screams of women and children and commanding baritone voices cut short mid-sentence and involuntary moans which resonate around … Continue reading


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