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Throwing the Life Away

His life fit in a dumpster. One dumpster. One life. Of course he would’ve fit in the dumpster himself, quite comfortably had the dumpster not been made of rusty metal. Not that it had been constructed with rusty metal. The … Continue reading

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Broken Promise

The garage door swung open revealing mostly empty space. When Donald Adgson went in to retrieve the lawn mower from the far corner, he noticed that a fair share of unwanted guests had been artfully redecorating the otherwise unsightly space. Stretching from … Continue reading

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