I’m in my shell this dawn, with tired eyes and fetid breath. Open my eyes, with no feeling other than wanting to sleep a little longer. Just like the others in my house, I’ll fill up my shell with what I find this morning. There’s no one to see me, so I wander around these […]
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It was everywhere when I was little; my parents called it ‘innocence’. It followed me around like an imaginary friend. It came to school with me, ate next to me at the family table and stayed with me loyally until I was 15. But then ‘shadow’ came and slowly took the place of innocence. I […]
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