Category: Fiction

Creative Non-fiction: The Mirror

A creative description of how a mental health slump feels, called The Mirror, written early in 2022 and published in July.

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You Can’t Outrun Death on a Treadmill

I’m not sure why exactly, but I absolutely love running on my treadmill. It’s my favourite thing to do. I have it kept in my room so that I can jump on whenever I want to. Most days it’s all I do. I just run on that thing until I get tired, I take a […]

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Things Look Different in the Mirror

The second half of this piece uses the exact same words, just written in reverse. The meanings of both paragraphs mirror each other. I hope you enjoy it! Fact: Sometimes you hurt people. Sometimes people hurt you. Everybody hurts somebody eventually. Is it natural, how careless humankind is? Thinking stops eventually. Mankind stupidly follow instincts, […]

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#FictionFriday: The WiFi is Shite in Heaven

The WiFi is shite in heaven. That’s actually a misrepresentation. There’s no WiFi at all. I’ve done it again because that’s not entirely accurate either. A place has to exist before you can decide whether the place in question does, or does not have WiFi. There’s no WiFi in heaven because there is no heaven. […]

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