Sharp knife of a short life

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sharp knife of a short life

The Sharp Knife of a Short Life by Sarah Riad

It’s the cruellest story ever told.

One day you are 17 years old and told that you have your whole life ahead of you, “Don’t rush!” they say, “You’ve got plenty of time,” and in blissful ignorance you believe them, carrying on the illusion of unlimited time.

And as the words, ‘future’, and ‘plans’ fall loosely from your lips, you become winded by the news that goes against everything you have ever been told.
Suddenly, the meaning of life begins to fade and the promise of time shows itself to be nothing but an ugly, merciless lie.

This is my story.

The story I share with Death.
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Published 14.05.2019

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Visit The Store. The Rev. Every time I heard this song, or when it popped back into my head, I've thought about Ash Wednesday and I've thought about Lent. I mentioned this to my church's young adult group last month at our Tapping Into Theology get together. Apparently, I'm not the only one who loves this song, and since we had been talking about how the church can engage culture and find meaning in things that are specifically packaged as "Christian," a few of our young adults suggested they perform it at our Ash Wednesday service click HERE to view a video of the performance on YouTube. Were you a child, a tween, a teenager?

If I die young, bury me in satin. Lay me down on a bed of roses. Sink me in the river at dawn. Send me away with the words of a love song. Uh oh, uh oh.

The Senshi are indeed only children, and also none of them have siblings of their own. After the third time Shingo has to dropkick a Youma away from civilians while his sister and future brother in law run off to transform people stop commenting on his habits. I was going with the manga characterizations combined with a mashup of events taken from the first anime and Crystal reboot. Even the majority of the bad guys manage to be somewhat decent people to their SO. I like that.


  1. Beth L. says:

    Imaginized If I Die Young (Live On Letterman)

  2. Yamile M. says:

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