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Loved and Lost

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Loved and Lost

Every time I use a spoon, glance into a window turned reflective by the sun, or stumble across a picture, I see her. I ignored my Internet profile for months; I avoided glass at all costs- the smooth surface of a mirror had turned suddenly sinister and sly to me. It would have been much easier to forget her if she were not my duplicate. Or, duplicate in terms of appearance, anyway. When it came to personality we were exact opposites, in fact. She was the photographer, the writer, the musician; I was the student—the mathematician, the speller, the scientist, the perfect child. She, eerie, different; I, everything people wanted me to be.

Gemma's Final Letter to Ty

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Gemma's Final Letter to Ty

SPOILERS FOR STOLEN. In Stolen by Lucy Christopher, the protagonist, Gemma, is kidnapped at a Bangkok airport and taken to a house deep in the Australian Desert. However, her captor, Ty, is far from typical. He never hurts or harms her, and shows a surprising amount of kindness and sensitivity. Thought he steals her and Gemma's only possible means of escape is with his nonexistent help, after some time Gemma develops mixed feelings for him. The entire novel is told in the form of a letter from Gemma to her captor, and this is another letter set after the book's end. Ty, I met someone today. I met him in a coffee shop down the street from m

Gale Reflects

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Gale Reflects

I don't know when I knew it was over. I don't think that there was a definitive point in which I realized she was completely out of my grasp. I don't believe that in one moment I knew that she would never love me. Perhaps if I did, I would have some concrete thing to agonize over. My regret and self-hatred wouldn't have origins scattered over the years of our friendship. I suppose the most obvious of reasons would have been made clear when she asked me, "Was it your bomb?" My bomb. My bomb killed her little sister. The sister that she wanted to save—the act that started it all. Death must have barked a great laugh in taking her into
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Loved and Lost

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Loved and Lost

Every time I use a spoon, glance into a window turned reflective by the sun, or stumble across a picture, I see her. I ignored my Internet profile for months; I avoided glass at all costs- the smooth surface of a mirror had turned suddenly sinister and sly to me. It would have been much easier to forget her if she were not my duplicate. Or, duplicate in terms of appearance, anyway. When it came to personality we were exact opposites, in fact. She was the photographer, the writer, the musician; I was the student—the mathematician, the speller, the scientist, the perfect child. She, eerie, different; I, everything people wanted me to be.

Gemma's Final Letter to Ty

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Gemma's Final Letter to Ty

SPOILERS FOR STOLEN. In Stolen by Lucy Christopher, the protagonist, Gemma, is kidnapped at a Bangkok airport and taken to a house deep in the Australian Desert. However, her captor, Ty, is far from typical. He never hurts or harms her, and shows a surprising amount of kindness and sensitivity. Thought he steals her and Gemma's only possible means of escape is with his nonexistent help, after some time Gemma develops mixed feelings for him. The entire novel is told in the form of a letter from Gemma to her captor, and this is another letter set after the book's end. Ty, I met someone today. I met him in a coffee shop down the street from m

Gale Reflects

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Gale Reflects

I don't know when I knew it was over. I don't think that there was a definitive point in which I realized she was completely out of my grasp. I don't believe that in one moment I knew that she would never love me. Perhaps if I did, I would have some concrete thing to agonize over. My regret and self-hatred wouldn't have origins scattered over the years of our friendship. I suppose the most obvious of reasons would have been made clear when she asked me, "Was it your bomb?" My bomb. My bomb killed her little sister. The sister that she wanted to save—the act that started it all. Death must have barked a great laugh in taking her into

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Current Residence: New York
Favourite genre of music: Alternative, Rock, Indie
Favourite style of art: Music (If that counts)
MP3 player of choice: Ipod
Skin of choice: Ghostly paleness is sexy.
Favourite cartoon character: Charlie Brown

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Across The Universe
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Sigur Ros
Favourite Writers
Scott Westerfeld
Favourite Games
the Sims
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC
Other Interests
Reading, Writing, Singing, Theatre, Guitar, Scott Westerfeld

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thanks for the :+fav: :hug: