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A man, who dislikes hospitals, visits one on a joyous occasion.
Short Story | Updated Jun 2, 2015 | Reads: 83 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
The Donahues returns for its part 2. Jacob and Renee celebrate the birth of their baby, Ryan returns to Vermont to witness it, and tries to connect with Jason in the mean time, and Ethan tries to see his grandson from abroad.
Script | Updated May 24, 2015 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Ryan returns to Vermont in anticipating of Jacob and Renee's new child. However, Renee is having problems giving birth.
By Eileen Mcbriar
if ever you have wondered what happens to us when we due this short story will enlighten and open up the possibilities of life beyond death.
The story begins with the day that the subject passes away and finds himself locked inbetween two worlds,a sort of limbo.He is guided by a man who...
Beneath sky of gleaming sapphire, Mikos gazes upon ruined world, his eyes like molten zircon glittering with sorrow unspoken and tears unshed. Mikos was alone, the last of his once immense race, and an abomination at that. Iridescent, a single tear from molten eye descends, a languid coil forged...
By Tom Gallison
Fiction that centers around birth-rate, pandemic, population movement, climate change, shift towards ultra-right, and results in covert campaign for conscientious sterilization
By Sara Battaglia
A short poem inspired by the crow outside on the cherry tree that used to grow at my old house. Many things change and age as time goes on. Enjoy things as they are now.
This my real life story. I used to fear to tell people who I am, but now I have decided to write it in a book so that I may release the burden in my heart. I want to live a happy life from now on.
Enjoy reading my story
Book | Updated Jan 13, 2015 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Sara Battaglia
Seeing someone change isn't what hurts. What hurts is remembering how they used to be.
By Doug Wilson
This a story of a garment maker who discovers the birth of a baby in the town of Bethlehem so long ago. For him and his family this starts a tradition of love and sharing that they celbrate in years following
A world where flies are sacred and the dead are buried in the sky
Short Story | Updated Oct 29, 2014 | Reads: 33 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Choose to be happy, though life is miserable.
So many wonders encountered, and yet she awaits breathlessness...