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Scorpio Rising

When the child was born, two Great Goddesses attended her birth; they covered the birthing room with their cloaks. Time, the Great Spider, spun her web leaving behind this place for the moment frozen at dusk. It was the hour … Continue reading

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Three Frenemies

Introduction: This piece is one in a chronological series. Feel free to find the others here, and to browse through any companion piece, set in the same universe.  Witches 1. Three Frenemies 2. Fall Coven Meet 3. BeingLovedAgain 4. The Fourth Witch Goddesses 5. … Continue reading

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Pretty Men Stone Lady

Part 1 I looked in my sister’s face and found my reflection, the one I had crawled out of somewhere last year, The shell  on the other side of the room, I carry her with me, the carcass, the carapace still venom … Continue reading

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A Witch’s Wish

You hurtful creature. I smile now, on the subway, red seats cushioning my memories in a small red pouch that I will leave behind in six – no fivestops. I smile and I wish you – all of you – stocky, brown bo(d)y … Continue reading

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Pneumothorax and Pleural Effusion

Never forget that the hurt you cause others will ultimately be yours to carry. If you plant hurt, like seeds in people, light, like pebbles, like insects burrowing under their skin, feeding on their flesh, then know that these seeds grow into … Continue reading

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A Good Spell

At the core of every good lie, and every good spell, is a kernel of truth.

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A Witch’s (Dis)closure

She said to me, “Well you see, I save my kisses for special men.”

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Kreapsake

  a keepsake, a charm, a witch’s curse, there are times I wish I’d stolen something from the Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building from Systemic Human Anatomy, where we spent our time, soaking in that particular perfume of the dead meant … Continue reading

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Jesus in the Desert

A witch is just a woman who can talk to her demons

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To A From M

A, I took a while before writing this. I’m not sure why I decided to, in the end. It’s not like I expect it’ll do anything. Zuko mentioned it might be good for me to write, but what does he … Continue reading

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