THE LUCK STONE

Prose: The Luck Stone

THE LUCK STONE The man from forensic prized the stiff fingers apart. “It’s a stone, a pebble.” he said, “let’s see what we have got. Weight, about one gram. Size, six centimeters long; an elongated pear shape, three centimeters at the widest part. one at the tip. Thickness one point five. Colour; slatey grey near […]

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THE EDGE OF NOTHING

Poem: The Edge of Nothing

I stood on the edge of Nothing And gazed at the emptiness within. I found it difficult to believe That Darkness is the absence of light; Cold, the absence of heat. Can it be that Light repels a massive and encroaching Darkness And warmth drives off insatiable Cold? May the light of Love defy dark […]

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