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i, a lover of bad thingssometimes i meet people who are
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not great nor grand nor spectacular or
any positive adjective other than good.
they are just good people
who are good.
i met one once and
i will never see him again
(of this i am almost certain).
he shares the name with a boy i hate but
i do not hate him.
he is good.
in any other life i guarantee i could have had
a future with him
and it would have been good
because he was good, he is good
and he would have made me better.
meeting him was like a one night stand where
all we did was talk and laugh and insult each other and
bickering like a married couple, we ran races down a hill.
and it was good.
i met one good boy
(one good man)
and he could have kissed me, but he didn't.
he could have held my hand and dragged me away from the crowd,
but he didn't.
he could have made my night and made me better and we could have been
but he didn't,
and he won't,
and we will never be,
was just too
(i met a good man once, but -
he shared the n
Weathering WoodsBIG MYSTERY IN SMALL TOWN
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The town of Weathering has recently witnessed some strange events, beginning with the death of Melissa Carter, a local student of Big Bridge High School, that devastated students and teachers alike. Her body was found in the woods east of town, with multiple bruises and cuts on her arms and legs. Her throat had been slashed and her blood drained, making concerned parents wonder, is Weathering still a safe place to call home?
Not only that, but cats and dogs seem to be disappearing from households across town. Their corpses have all been found around a week after their disappearance in the same woods in which the police discovered Miss Carter’s body.
“We are still looking into this,” says police chief Allan Sanders. “Our top priority is the safety of our citizens and their children, and we will not stop until the perpetrators—
A hand slashes across the newspaper, crumpling it onto the table. The grease from my pizza seeps into the