Month: April 2018

Annabel Lee by Anika Shah

Edgar Allan Poe, in memoriam  I saw her again last night. Or I thought I did. She was standing at the other end of the corridor, vague yet vividly visible in the half light coming from the dining hall. She was dressed in a light...

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The Hunchback by Yasir Khan

“The gigantic mountains, the hovering clouds, scattered boulders and stones, the wild flowers and grass all had a view to offer. He could only see what her perforated image filtered, for it was her face: the eyes, the one lock...

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