A. B. Clarke

A Collection of True Statements

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You are alive.
You will die.
You are part of something larger.

You cannot do it alone.
You will not do it alone.
You will do it.

You are all alone.
We are all alone.
We are all alone, together.

(see A Collection of False Statements)

9 Word Tragedies (9)

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Wandering
Wife
Works
Wiles,
While
Weak
Wretch
Weepingly
Wanks.

9 Word Tragedies (8)

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Cabal
Committee
Carefully
Considers
Conclave
Costs;
Cheerlessly
Curtails
Conspiracy.

9 Word Tragedies (7)

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Dionysius
Deviously
Desires
Damacles’
Demise.

Damn
Dagger
Disappointingly
Dangles.

9 Word Tragedies (6)

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Early
Egret
Eyes
Earthworm.

Early
Elmer
Envisages
Eating
Egret.

9 Word Tragedies (5)

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Parson
Protractedly
Pondering
Perfidious
Peoples’
Pleasures,
Petulantly
Proscribes
Providence.

9 Word Tragedies (4)

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Guiltless
Gorgon
Girls

Grieving
Granite
Gentlemen

Gradually
Grasp
Grotesqueness.

9 Word Tragedies (3)

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Markswoman
Misses
Mark,
Mistakenly
Massacring
Moppet.

Mother’s
Musket
Miscarriage.

9 Word Tragedies (2)

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Scavenger
Steals
Sultan’s
Silver.

Sultan’s
Scimitar
Steals
Scavenger’s
Skull.

9 Word Tragedies (1)

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Bashful
Boy
Bearing
Beautiful
Bounteous
Bouquet
Bruised
By
Brusqueness