rosaliekempthorne

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StoryBlue rosaliekempthorne35 years 2 months ago
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StoryRe-Emergence rosaliekempthorne45 years 4 months ago
StoryQueen: For All the Long Days to Come rosaliekempthorne25 years 4 months ago
StorySpring Where You Are rosaliekempthorne25 years 4 months ago
StoryA Step in the Great Journey - Part 1 rosaliekempthorne25 years 8 months ago
Story A Step in the Great Journey - Part 2 rosaliekempthorne05 years 9 months ago
StoryThe Actress rosaliekempthorne25 years 9 months ago
StoryUnder the Bed - Part 2 rosaliekempthorne25 years 10 months ago
StoryUnder the Bed - Part 1 rosaliekempthorne15 years 10 months ago
StoryFifty-Fifty rosaliekempthorne56 years 1 month ago
StoryUnguarded Letters rosaliekempthorne06 years 1 month ago
StoryAlien Interviews rosaliekempthorne36 years 2 months ago

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Belief

Placards. Raised fists. A cacophony of shouting. Peace. Justice. Testing on animals. The homeless. It all blends into one. There is just the outside...
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Mum

I go to pick her up at the airport. It's crowded – there's three flights coming in within ten minutes of each other – and I can already feel that...
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Wait a Little Longer

The mercury soars. Heat bounces off faded wallpaper, traps itself beneath the ceiling, fills the room from above. The scene beneath the window plays...
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I Can See Around Corners

You. You. And You. You. What do you think makes us tick? What trick? What magic makes us turn? Yearn. What fills us up, what hollows us out? Gives...
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Winter Birches

Ash fell like snow. Or the snow like ash. The winter mixed with the burning of her city; there was no real telling them apart. Both of them fell...

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