Under the Glass

It was snowing again, Geoff mused as he walked out to his car, feet sinking deep, crunching with each step. It was always snowing, the sky a flurry of frigid white. Cars, roofs, roads – everything is coated in a layer of fresh powder. The moment anybody starts to think about how it's always snowing,... Continue Reading →

Three Eyes of Fire

Three lights shone overhead, piercing the dark metal of the gates. Edgar avoided them, keeping to the shadows. Shadows were softer, safer. Shadows didn't pin you down and cut you. And the three lights became three staring eyes of fire, sweeping the cold stone towers for him. The metal fences gleamed like teeth, shook as... Continue Reading →

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