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No Good Deed Ever Pays

June 2, 2013

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Okay, where to begin? I suppose how I got to this point really would be a good start. I’ve only ever tried to do the right thing by so many people over the years but one day everyone pushed me too far. Much too far. All I wanted was a home to call my own […]

A Kinsale Ghost Story

September 17, 2012

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Kinsale, County Cork, Éire October, 2011 Early Evening The young English tourist had been having a great day in the small picture perfect harbour town of Kinsale. He had eaten his meal in Jim Edwards bar and restaurant on the bar side with his girlfriend. They had a couple of drinks then she had decided […]

A Note To Whomever (A Short Story)

July 23, 2012

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*The following story has since been rewritten to be published as a larger work. Details will follow. I’m tired. Tired of everything at the moment. My life is going nowhere as I sit and vegetate every single day, my brain turning to mush. I hope for rescue in some form for I have given up […]

Darkest Lust

May 28, 2012

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The night draws in and with it the cold As everyone retires to their beds For one of them something will hold her between life and death For her dreams shall be nothing to this As the horrors of repressed nightmares will now surface Baring its all to her Long has it waited for this […]

The Collector of Souls

May 19, 2012

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The trees bend in the wind Creaking and groaning in the dark Whilst above the moon casts its rays Slivers shining through each branch Leaves blow around the trees Dancing in the moonbeam’s light Twisting, forming, becoming Something just out of sight A noise like a howl escapes From the twisting, dancing maelstrom Something other […]

Ravens Harbour

March 10, 2012

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There’s a story I’ve been told And it’s not for the faint of heart Only for those who are bold For their mind could be torn apart It was told by my father A while ago now it seems About a place called Ravens Harbour A fishing town with clear seas This place he said […]

The Black Letter (Part 3 of 3)

October 26, 2011

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* This is the third and final part of the Black Letter. I hope you have enjoyed what you have read so far October 1874, Oxford I awoke on the grass feeling nauseous and a feeling like I had drunk a whole bottle of wine, then been on ship on very rough seas. A pile […]