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Architect: A short story

In your travels you come across a city which rises from the crystalline dust of endless sand dunes every two years and dissolves into the sand two years hence.
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WeekenderJihoon

Short story: Flowers on the wall

  The two had grown up in a small suburban town, next to a beautiful grove lined with brick cottages. He left when the war broke out; they hadn’t seen each other for three years. But one day he stopped by her door and rang the bell. She opened the
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Logan's Prose WEEKENDER

Short story: Sleepwalking

I  can never remember my dreams, at least the ones I have when I’m asleep. I’ve been asleep for a week now, I think. I pull off my blanket and sidle down the stairs. The night air tells me to go back to bed with its icy chill, but I’m
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Willow Yang Maru 2.0

Short story: Maru 2.0

Maru 2.0 was not a normal dog. It couldn’t walk very fast, as its legs were all mechanical. They were only capable of slowly rotating on gears and hinges. Not only were its legs mechanical, but its heart and liver and spleen and bones and muscles and intestines and lungs
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Frogs_Moore_Weekender

Perhaps it was a cult

  Vladdy was his favorite. He was by far the most active, and he enjoyed hanging upside down from the wire-net terrarium roof. Next was Theodora. Theodora was incredibly sassy, always hopping on top of Anthony or Starshine. Daniel also liked Avey Tare, Panda Bear and Geologist because he had
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TheGift_Azcarraga_Weekender

Short story: The gift

She’s putting on her fourth coat of lipstick when she really starts to wonder.   She can feel the air’s clammy hands clawing at her tight, lacy white dress, as the lights in the room dim slightly with exhaustion. She stares at herself in the mirror for the hundredth time,
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