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Weâ€™re always together, never apart. You and I were always one right from the start. I as there when you were born, when you had your first cry. Your first tears, heart breaks, and break ups, I was there for it all. I was even there when you had your first fall. Youâ€™re a very strong...
By Heather Stanley
ã€€ã€€Time zooms passed me, but I am not aware of its presence. I know only that it has passed without him. He was my anchor, my light, my love. And now he is gone.
ã€€ã€€I recall the accident like an endless nightmare I cannot wake from. The screams follow me into waking...
By Keisha Gamman
a poem about mercy towards the self at the axis between life and no more existence
A little song I wrote while bored in English class. Written in about 10 minutes.
Alex finds out that borrowing a dead girl glasses will show him more than he bargained for.
By Liam O
A woman on a self-discovery trip meets a local man due to an empty tank of gas and a car accident.
By Jaxon Sinjer
I wrote this originally for a school project. But this short story quickly became one of my all time favorite writings I've done as it progressed, please share it to people you know and feel free to comment and critique my writing.
By Kimberly Adams
Dani is a failing teenage actress. She knows that if she doesn't get the part she just auditioned for, her acting career is over. Of course, what are the chances when hundreds of girls show up for one part?
By Annarose 86
Roses journey to forgiveness
By Nikki Evans
If you see her walking along the side of the road, please give her a ride. She's just trying to get home! Based on the Vanishing Hitch Hiker urban legend. Submitted for D A Draven's Urban Legend Project.
Short Story | Updated Jan 8, 2015 | Reads: 72 | Comments: 19 | Likes: 27
By Eddie C Morton
"Road Kill" is another chapter in the ongoing legend of Rose Houston, direct descendent of the Great Sam Houston, Father of Texas. It is a story of one families tragic loss of a child, of mindless bigotry and attempt to scapegoat and innocent man to vent mindless fury, of duty bound police...
This is a fictional poem.
Thoughts after passing by a car accident.
Short Story | Updated Nov 27, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Kimberly Adams
Emma is now a paraplegic. She will have to spend the next couple months in the hospital. Can life get any worse? One of the nurses says she needs God. One of her classmates says the same thing. But why in the world would God allow the accident to happen in the first place?
By Joe Zaydon
A petty, drunken debate alters the course of three young lives.