IzabellaSpark

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IzabellaSpark (Canada) published:

Through the Pale Inferno

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Jack finally understood pain. No longer was it the annoying twang of a tooth being pulled or the slight ache of a scrape. Pain, true suffering only occured when one began grieving for himself. The pain when he realised that this is where he, the war hero, would die. 

He felt himself being dragged across a void, as if the skeletal hand of Death himself had decided that he no longer yearned for the young man’s soul. The strength of...

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IzabellaSpark (Canada) reviewed:

Dreaded Birthdays

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I honestly really liked the writing. If anything I would just suggest you review how to formulate complex sentences.

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IzabellaSpark (Canada) published:

The Bird with Broken Wings

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Friedrich did not think this was how he would die. He had always imagined that he would die in his sleep as an old man with Margarethe at his side. Perhaps dying for his country was not the worst way to go. Still, his stomach turned as his bi-plane fell from the air.
Friedrich turned around in his seat to see Josef's distraught face. Josef grabbed Friedrich's shoulder and held on tightly as if they could survive this together. They...

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IzabellaSpark (Canada) published:

The Bird with Broken Wings

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Friedrich did not think this was how he would die. He had always imagined that he would die in his sleep as an old man with Margarethe at his side. Perhaps dying for his country was not the worst way to go. Still, his stomach turned as his bi-plane fell from the air.
Friedrich turned around in his seat to see Josef's distraught face. Josef grabbed Friedrich's shoulder and held on tightly as if they could survive this together. They...

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