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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: ‘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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‘Scene At A Dive Bar:Cut-Up Experiment #3’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

It made her think of her life, with nothing but pitiless indifference as she cleansed her groin from all the menstrual discharge she’s been having for the past three days. But at times, she was helpless with tears of sorrow … Continue reading

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‘Sorry, What?: A Cut-Up Experiment’ by Ahmed Nader Gretly

Her parents had lived smooth, well-ordered lives. Thinking was her thing; she was always wandering the sidewalks of life, never dreaming of raggedy made up stories, coming up with solutions for different hells, the senseless emptiness that passed away a … Continue reading

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