Tag: heart

Science

“Mini-hearts” Successfully Grown in a Lab

From clones like Dolly the sheep, to bright green fluorescent bunnies, the progression of science has yielded a lot of strange lab-grown things. As such, it came as no surprise when researchers from the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna managed to create tiny, beating hearts– each no larger than a sesame seed– in petri…

Creative Writing, Venue

Remembrance

The balloon burst and all the air escaped  too quickly for Jill to catch. She sighed as she saw the wrinkled skin, because there was  a hole that was Jim shaped.    The balloon was as big as their love had been with multicolour patches to match.  Golden memories and silver highlights,  picnic days of…

Creative Writing

The Goddess of Spring

I first saw Cordelia the summer after someone tore out my heart on New Year’s Eve. Too much fog for specifics, but her glow cut through it all. Ivory skin and a wreath of gold leaf for hair. She’d not seen me before but said she’d have to try harder to. Her cyan eye left…

Creative Writing

for Wonu

the light that comes in contact with her skin won’t change the fire in her heart light is meant to solidify                       to beautify but in this situation, it won’t temperate anything. Like Concrete on Facebook to stay up to date

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