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Epilogue, or the Bear, the Wolf, and the Man In the Long Black Coat by A. N. Gretly

​It all comes down to the three; the Bear, the Wolf, and the Man In the Long Black Coat. I have thought about it time and time again, during periods of deep brooding as a result of constant insomnia, or … Continue reading

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Prelude, or Man on the Street by A. N. Gretly

​Here you have it. Well, that is if you’re still keen on knowing the particulars of a typical night on these sordid streets. I wonder if you can see it now, how things change through time. We sit together in … Continue reading

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Tweeprose: ‘Bite the Bullet’ by A. N. Gretly (For @deghaidiness)

  Bullet in the head.   A middle aged man staggered through the streets of the city that wouldn’t sleep. The moon lurked behind a few layers of thick, dark clouds, watching, judging. It was Creekwell, the city of the damned, … Continue reading

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Tweeprose: ‘Untitled: Cut-Up’ by A. N. Gretly (For @SSAboulEla)

Now you see it. Sometimes the things you strive to forget come back to haunt you, no matter how deep you bury them. A young stranger in the crowd waited for the B-train at the North Creekwell station on a … Continue reading

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‘The Paper-men’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

Silhouetted bodies of Paper-men hovered wearily like echos of forgotten pasts. They swam through the intense white light of their mighty creator, mingling in hollowed voices, striving to find their way back home. They journeyed on and on and on … Continue reading

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‘Round and Round and Round’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

Beneath a canopy of refracted neon lights of a million colors cutting through thick white clouds of dreary mist intermixed with smoke, a black Chevy screeched forward into the night, leaving dark marks tattooed upon the asphalt. Thousands of people … Continue reading

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Pictures I took at the ‘Leonardo Da Vinci: Anatomist’ exhibit

Here are some photographs I took when I went to see the Leonardo Da Vinci: Anatomist exhibit at the Queens Gallery. I need not describe the feeling I had when I saw these images in real life. It was quite … Continue reading

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