Monthly Archives: February 2016

‘Two Extremes’

Two stages do battle; Between day and night. The moon will rise again. but the sun wins the fight. Consciousness has a majority But our dreams provide a light. Finding mother nature’s balance: two extremes remain a human plight. Advertisements

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‘Phoenix house’ III (end)

   As I went to depart, I was aghast to see that the staircase was nothing more than a faint reflection. I could actually pass my hands through the railing at the top. Frantically I sought another avenue to escape … Continue reading

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‘Phoenix house’ II

   Of my state of consciousness, I was uncertain. The fact was that it didn’t matter at the time. I had to see what was beyond the threshold. The heavy price I paid for that natural curiosity was eternal damnation. … Continue reading

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‘Phoenix house’ I

     Deep in the woods at the edge of the Conasaga river lies the charred remains of a haunted dwelling. Over a hundred years ago, it was reduced to ashen rubble by the manifestation of determined flames. Despite this … Continue reading

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‘La chateau de noir’ V (end)

    While three torches illuminated the inside better than one or two, it was still inadequate. They would only burn for a short time before going out. King Charles found a more reliable candle on the wall and chose … Continue reading

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‘Le chateau de noir’ IV

   Meanwhile, King Charles grew impatient and ordered two more men to join the search team. Regardless of how many expeditions it took, he intended to get to the bottom of the mystery and retrieve Rais’ treasures. He suspected that … Continue reading

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‘Le chateau de noir’ III

   The first English prisoner was taken to the entrance and unlocked from his shackles. With only a dim torch and a dull sword, he cautiously entered the darkness. The lack of visibility was further intensified by the black mold … Continue reading

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