Monthly Archives: October 2012

Camelot

The sword, sheathed in watery scabbard; the chalice, stained with blood of would-be heroes; the walls, crumbled, broken down in anguish and strewn about like children’s building blocks— but we wait, with dreams of gleaming smiles and square jaws, of … Continue reading

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Jezebel

A flirtatious guise will not save you, dear sweet Jezebel– you should know your painted face does nothing for me now. I will push you from that lofty perch, watch the horses tear you apart with callous words and cutting … Continue reading

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