By Yolanda Olson
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Published: Oct. 13, 2013
Words: 42,880 (approximate)
Unwound is the story of Caelum, created as 3257. Unlike humanity, Caelum describes his birth as something that began with an idea and a stitch; the brainchild of a deranged genius. He is torn for his love between his mother London and his want for freedom. Partially constructed as another one of London's cruelties, he's meant to only feel pain and fear.
My life began with an idea and a stitch.
The wounds of what we find out about ourselves are as beautiful and deadly as an oleander.
At first glance it can seem so innocent, so delicate, so fragile looking, but upon deeper inspection such a horrifying truth hidden deep within.
The depths of things we cannot understand are greater than we know.
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