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The pit was black, the walls were covered in soot. Shadows crept everywhere, and the child ahead of me hesitated before taking another step.
“Get ‘er moving,” the boss’s voice echoed from the mine opening.
His blonde hair disappeared into the shadows ahead, and I felt a tingling loss. He was so angelic, so innocent
By Shanna Wynne on 08.14.2008
dark, powdery, light, burns. fourth of july barbeques. summer in general. ashes, stuffed lungs. people have died over this natural resource. for what? it is the opposite of water. coal burns. its uses are endless. i draw with charcoal.
By nikki on 08.14.2008
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.