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“I did not wish to disturb you, master, but it is time to rise.” I speak sweetly to you in the soft voice you insist I use when addressing you. Naturally I do not argue, I never argue. I am your apprentice after all, and only once before have you laid a hand to me…and…

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Staring out the passenger window, I studied the sky, seeking out my old friends- Cygnus, Drago, Aquarius, Hercules… I tried to locate them but the streetlights got in the way and the moon was too bright to see them all. There was magic in driving at night. The darkness sparked my imagination, and brought out…

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“They say there is no way to measure the absence of light.  I say they’re wrong. “We fear the absence of light, more so in this modern age than ever before.  We light up our cities as the sun sets, praying that the moon will rise and add its light to the glow we make….

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Dear Clara, Eighteen years ago you came into my life, a beacon that shone brighter than any star. Your first smile, although most would say it was a “gas smile,” those smiles that babies give when they are gassy, was a light that was bright and on fire. A spark ignited in you. As you grew,…

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Great. Hoo-ray. This phone would be just flipping perfect if all I needed right now was a two pound piece of plastic in my pocket. My phone will be fine, I said. I have GPS, I said. It has fantastic battery life, I said. Let’s see if I can count the number of mistakes I…

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“Look at that!  Just look at that formation!”  The camera panned with a jerk to where the drenched man was pointing.  “See, there are multiple funnels forming within the miles wide rotational winds.  It’s absolutely amazing!”         Eliza squinted at the screen, but the man’s excitement didn’t translate through to her.  It was beyond her…

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