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2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Evette

November 23, 1967 “Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.” Of what he had been speaking of, certainly nothing that fixed my mind in the mere direction of the entire thought, of the entire direction he aimed… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Ada

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.”“My love, I promise you it’s not that bad.”I look down at my art, a mess of orange and greens.She also gazes down, a smile plastering her face as she takes… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by H Nadeau

“Maybe I just destroy them and never do it again,” Atlas swore. Getting revenge was his plan since the beginning, but he never believed it would be like this. Atlas’s parents and brother had been killed by a crazed gunman… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Elizabeth

Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.The one I love can never be mine,Not with their partner by their side.But I can’t escape these growing emotions. Love is a concept I’d never experienced before;It’s new, and bright,… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Alex

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.” I say, pushing my hand into my forehead as I sit behind the glass partition with my partner. ‘“Are you kidding me Raphael? This is an amazing scientific breakthrough, You… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Stefanie

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.” We are constantly told to be nice to other people. What If those people or people around you don’t reciprocate the feeling ? What if they do things to make… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Khanye

“Maybe I just destroy them and never do it again.” Is what I accidentally blurted out to my friend over the phone. “It wouldn’t have happened if someone took responsibility for their stuff and stopped giving their stuff to another… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Carson

“Maybe I just destroy them and never do it again.” “Jackson? You are quitting cheesecake? Strawberry jam Cheesecake? Coffee Cheesecake? Your favorite Peach swirl cheesecake? And even the Plain New York style cheesecake?” “Cheesecake! The only contraband that is outlawed… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Tyler

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again!” I said, with as much emotion I could express. “I’m so sick and tired of the people beating me and making me feel like I’m nothing.” Everyone that was around… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Olivia

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.” “What are you talking about Mallory?! That’s crazy. Just stop throwing parties at my house before you break anymore of my furniture.” “We agreed that when we got married we… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Nathan

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again,” Kyle said, “Just one final win, and I’m done.” He paced back and forth down the narrow hallway while I watched him, silent and composed, leaning against the brick wall…. Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Kai

“Maybe I just destroy them and never do it again.” They gripped the pen in their hand, tensing as their eyes shot up. “But Mx Feio, we can’t just take them down like that, the world has to think this… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Lila

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again,” Brooke whined as she stomped her feet on the cracked sidewalk, flooded with cigarette butts. “My God Brooke, stop being so melodramatic. Did you even listen to him after he… Continue Reading →

2022 March
Maybe I’ll just destroy them, by Gavin

“Maybe I’ll just destroy them and never do it again.” said Jango as a smirk appeared across his face, as he descended onto the dance floor. Lights were off, the curtains slowly opened and all we heard was the soft… Continue Reading →

2022 March Snippet
Maybe I just destroy them

It was a cold day in New York City, the day after a snowfall that was now mush and mud pushed up next to the street curbs. Hard to walk on slippery black ice, bundled up against the chill, I… Continue Reading →

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