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  I Once Knew a Man by See Change Ambassador, Rick Rossiter   “I once knew a man, from the first glance I talked to him I knew him to be a good man.  His presence was seemingly still but you knew that it was immense.  His smile was endearing and yet mischievous in the...
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  Our Friend Ray by See Change Ambassador, Adrian Yeates   “Life is a precious gift, but we never know how long we’ve got,  The best any of us can do is to optimise our lot.  Some achieve spectacular heights, and many experience terrible lows,  But a true measure of worth, is how you treat others...
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    Darkness By Lucie Kavanagh   Battle Cry    It’s like being firmly clamped  between the jaws of…not a monster.  (That might seem impressive)  but something dark and slug–like, heavy,  that can pull you down simply by existing.    A sea monster would be swirly and brave.  It would be an adventure to survive, a...
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          My mind is in turmoil, There’s a weight on my chest. I lie in bed all day, but I get no rest. The things I used to do with relative ease, Now terrify me and make me freeze. When I close my eyes, I’ll never be free, Demons and devils...
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  She put it away with her innermost treasures, folded, linen-like in the dark chest of empty scent bottles and mothballs. She stepped outside. If the warmth wasn’t there, she would pretend it. The anger was red, a furious glow, but all her life, she swallowed it in place of all else, the dainty canapés...
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