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By Katarzyna Van Vitsin
Here is my entry for the SmellyMelly Contest!
In a pursuit to escape the grasp of World Dictator Celia Dupoint, servant girl Poplar Perrington and a Multi-Dimensional God in disguise, Syndee BonNox realize they are being looked out for. In disguise, the two decide to take a break and stay in a...
By Wise Owl
This is a story about love and acceptance. Dean, the eldest and first-born son, must come to grips with the arrival of his baby sister, Gracie, into the family. Dean struggles with this monumental life change, but ultimately learns that his sister and their relationship is the greatest gift of...
Short Story | Updated Jan 4, 2015 | Reads: 48 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Kevin Ruta
Personal Poem about feelings of displacement and longing
A girl who doesn't have time for a relationship and a boy who's afraid to love again.
By Delirious Comet
Adaline is a transgender teen who wasn't accepting by her parents. Her older brother, Raiden, is pretty much the best brother that has ever existed.
By Jess Darkangel
Cat Willis treated badly by her adopted family, beaten by her so called adopted father and used as a slave by her adopted sister. She runs away one night and runs into her future, her mate. She goes threw a physical that makes her a beacon for all males around her. She's a female werewolf, but...
Novel | Updated Nov 25, 2014 | Reads: 48 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A little poem written about being homesick for feeling nothing.
By Damian Vincent Henry
Heartbreak is horrible, especially for a woman.
I chose 3 quotes from the book, "Tuesday's with Morrie" and explained them while adding personal experiences.
By Tom Allen
The story of a man and his acceptance with death!
Short Story | Updated Sep 29, 2014 | Reads: 130 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A young girl with a big imagination goes on an amazing adventure and learns an important lesson along the way.
Free Writing: Accepting the fact, love isn't for me. Not that I don't want love, it's just I've tried, it's never has worked. I don't usually give up on things, but I can't deal with being hurt.
A sad poem about death and self destruction.