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It's a fable about a bird who couldn't fly. The moral is
Short Story | Updated Nov 30, 2013 | Reads: 27 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 5
Living in the futuristic world of mutants and evolved super-humans, Renna, a girl with wings, must hide her past and who she really is as she struggles to escape from the clutches of the Volt clan: a clan of vicious, blood-thirsty, and torturous mutantsâ€”or so she used to believe. Now, the...
By Matthew Carr
Poetry | Updated Nov 17, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A BOY AND GIRL AGED 13 AND AN UNPLANNED VISIT TO THE CONTRYSIDE
It's always a beauty to behold a flock of migrating birds...
By Sweet Agony Xo
Not my best, needs some work. Let me know what would make it better, just a rough draft. :)
Poetry | Updated Oct 31, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
After her grandfather dies, Dee must accept her responsibility as the family's eldest and embark on a journey back to her grandfather's home. But what if she doesn't want to do it? What if she wants to escape, be free for a while? This is unique encounter with three interesting pilots and their...
Whispers of the mornings that happen in my little corner of the world. Thanks to my family all above on the various planes of life, for inspiration.
By Fauna Corona Evergreen
Thalia wakes up, finding herself in a cave with no memory. A flock of avians called Freefall find her and claim her as one of their own. But, a mysterious note from long ago is being resurfaced, and maybe, just maybe, this is the girl they have been waiting for.
By Federick Pisuto
Every 128 years, during Spring in Sri Lanka, the four species of Mynas (birds) migrate closer to the centre of the country. The 4 species either come from the north, east, south or west. When they come
By The Rebel Flamingo
I'm experimenting with simplicity. I'm trying to get the maximum impact with the minimum amount of words (no more than 10.) Let me know what you think!
Poetry | Updated Sep 12, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Justinâ€™s usual teacher had called in sick and another teacher had taken over his duties. It was a mixed school and Mr Nesbit, who was a something of a tyrant, and had taken over Justinâ€™s class for the first period.
This poem was based on the recent adventurings of Mr. G.D. Falksen where he was in Australia and he encountered a Cassowary. As an amateur bird-watcher this did hold some sentimental value for me. Mr. Falksen explained this on Livestream where he has been reading and doing some Q&A from his
By Snowy Tobrok
And to think someone came up with the concept that being shat on by a bird is lucky. Bet he has never had one land in his coffee!
Poetry | Updated Aug 14, 2013 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
Is it a bird?! Is it a plane!? NO! it's the former ;)